Artist: Andrew Cullen
Dimensions: 5M x 2.5M x 2.5M Weight: 200kg
Often maligned as a nuisance in our urban and rural environments, the Sulphur Crested cockatoo retorts with a heartfelt chorus of laughter. Boisterous and demanding, this is the type of bird that takes what it needs. A joyous bird that thrives in company, this iconic Australian bird is the embodiment of the gregarious Australian character.
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Andrew predominantly sculpts in metals and timber and paints most often in oils or spray paint.
His first significant Public Art piece, ‘Dune Grass’, was exhibited in the Swell Sculpture Festival in 2010. He has been the recipient of the 2015 Sculptor’s Society Tony Palmer Award, Swell Sculpture Festival ‘People’s Choice’ in 2016 and overall winner (2018) in collaboration with Dion Parker. This winning entry ‘Prickles’ was made at the SOFA gallery and workshop where Andrew was co-founder and Director. Recently Andrew has created and shown ‘The Host’ (a 5M tall pallet timber rat) at Swell Sculpture festival and Woodford Folk Festival, before its sale to the M-Arts Precinct. M-Arts Precinct Gallery also hosted a joint exhibition of smaller sculptures and paintings with Dion parker. Most recently Andrew has created and sold two large timber works, Diligent and El Toro, to private clients in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.