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A Freshwater feature

09 Mar 2017

A Freshwater feature Image

The Owners’ Corporation (OC) at Freshwater Place last month unveiled a stunning new series of Melbourne inspired artwork, which is now displayed in the building’s lobby.

Local artist Jennifer Webb was commissioned by the OC to paint a ‘A Suite of 3 – Yarra Series’, which features our beautiful river at night lit up by some of Southbank’s most iconic landmarks including Freshwater Place.

The beautiful series of paintings was unveiled by Jennifer, Freshwater Place building manager Mike Zverina and Freshwater Place’s first resident of more than 10 years Irene Ward at a ceremony on Friday, February 10.

The displays are just another example of why Freshwater Place continues to lead the way in apartment living in Southbank and Jennifer told residents she was honoured to have her work featured in the building.

“I’m delighted to receive this commission because I’ve done a lot of private commissions but I really love the fact that some of my Melbourne series is now going to be seen by a larger audience,” she said.

“It’s heartwarming for me because I’m still a little infatuated with Melbourne and I hope you very much enjoy this series.”

For more information on Jennifer’s Melbourne series visit portart.com.au

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