No Man’s Land – Re-Membering Our ANZACs 2014

_DSC0013 _DSC0015 Photos by Paul Schneider Photographics

No Man’s Land by Deborah Gower (2014)

Re-Membering Our ANZACs

Mixed media – Ceramic, Wire and Wood. 40cm by 40cm

“Many of Mullumbimby’s young men fought and some are buried in muddy fields where trench warfare dominated.  Mud, barbed wire and sand bags symbolise the years these soldiers spent in the trenches that became their homes or their final resting place in WW1″.

 

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