Landmarks of German Influence
Landmarks of German Influence' is an evocative artwork that pays homage to the multifaceted German contributions to the cultural, economic, and spiritual landscape of Brisbane. In this encaustic wax piece, nine iconic landmarks and buildings, both historic and contemporary, come to life.
From the grace of the Nundah Settlers Memorial to the festivities of Oktoberfest, each image tells a story of resilience and innovation. The German Club stands as a testament to enduring community bonds, while Fernberg House, also known as Government House, stands as a testament to architectural elegance and historical significance..
The state-of-the-art Mercedes Benz building, a marvel of modern architecture, is juxtaposed with the timeless beauty of the Lutheran church in Woolloongabba. These landmarks, among others, stand as a testament to the enduring legacy of German pioneers and their lasting impact on Brisbane's rich and diverse cultural landscape