Clayton Pinnacles

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The Clayton Pinnacles indicate a place of 'welcome, strength and achievement' in the Monash community and were completed in 2008. The artwork represents the enduring strength of the Clayton community over time, inspired by a stone pinnacle on the edge of land and sea.

Incorporating visual and touchable elements, the sculptures are designed for constant human access, interaction and contact. The smooth grooves and softly textured surfaces allow people to experience a deep, physical connection to the Clayton community and the City of Monash.

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The installation was designed and created by Stephen Newton, an award-winning Brisbane artist known for his public sculpture using wood and stone. He has artwork in public areas in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT.

The Clayton Pinnacles are located at the Clayton Community Centre, on the corner of Cooke Street and Centre Road, Clayton.  A small map has been provided for your convenience.

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Last updated: 17 December 2015