Wedge-tailed Eagle sculpture

Wedge Tailed Eagle statue, Launceston, Tasmania, public art

Public Art : Wedge-tailed Eagle sculpture also known as Tasmanian Tableau.

Sculptor : © Stephen Walker

Description : This bronze sculpture of a wedged-tailed eagle having just touched down on an enormous rock is part of a group called Tasmanian Tableau which includes the Tasmanian Tigers sculpture.

Date Unveiled : 1992

Location : The Wedge Tailed Eagle statue can be found outside the Launceston State Library , in Civic Square, St John Street, Launceston, Tasmania.

Acknowlegements : Thanks to the Launceston State Library for kindly supplying information about the group of sculptures.

Trivia : Peter and Faye Thurley of St Leonards supplied the rocks.

The Tasmanian Tableau also included currawongs but they were stolen by vandals.

Wedge Tailed Eagle statue, Launceston, Tasmania

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