All That Glitters
66 x 58 cm
Acrylic and gold leaf on canvas
Ready to hang
From the 2022 Top Views exhibition.
The Eureka Tower is a residential building located at 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank and is nearly 300m in height.
Fender Katasalidis Architects designed it, and construction was completed in 2006. They also designed the MONA in Hobart.
The tower was named after the Eureka Stockade rebellion, which took place in 1854 during the Gold Rush in Victoria. The white horizontal lines represent a ruler, while the red is representative of the bloodshed.
The top ten floors are covered in 24K gold-coated glass.
The map is oriented to the North.
The painting is continued around the sides of the canvas.
Signed on the front and authenticated on the back.