Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement

The Cairns Inlet on the Queensland coast is obviously a habitat both rich and diverse. This wonderful natural environment is celebrated by the artist Jennie Scott (2003) in a fabulous and fun ceramic artwork that is embedded in the pavement at Skippers Cafe and Muddy’s Playground (the childrens’ water park) on the Cairns Esplanade. It features examples of all the creatures that live in and on the water just offshore, and that includes fish of all sorts – as you can see from the pictures here.

Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement

Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement - fish shown with snake

Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement

Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement - fish shown with sharks and dolphins

Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement

Cairns fish celebrated in ceramic art form on Cairns Esplanade pavement - the Title piece of the pavement mosaic

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