This special piece is the first collaboration with two Nillumbik Artists that are new to the Tread Sculptures team.
Luke Doyle from the Bend of Island is a stonemason that has spent his career doing restoration work on iconic Australian buildings.
Luke recovered this roof gable stone whilst working on Melbourne Grammar and has carved out the underside as a birdbath with bee steps.
Paul Cacioli is a renowned Eltham Blacksmith who forged the steel rope like brackets rings and mounts to hang the vessel.
Tim did the old gantry arm and mounting and created the vines and leaves to finish it off.
Vessel is 77cm x 32cm. The crane arm is 2m long and the bath sits 65cm off the ground.