WW1 Light Horseman’s Hat Unveiled At Townsville Grammar School

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The WW1 Light Horseman’s Hat is a life-size Bronze Sculpture that was commissioned by Townsville Grammar School.

I was approached by Townsville Grammar School to help create a lasting memorial to the former teachers & students from the school who fought and died as part of ANZAC forces in World War 1.

Today, April 24th 2015, a formal ceremony was held to unveil the memorial.  Students from the school were instrumental in the ceremony,  delivering eloquent speeches; the school orchestra and bugle player did a fantastic job.  Thanks to the school for a lovely ceremony and acknowledgement.  It was a gratifying work to create and I feel grateful to have been given the opportunity to contribute to this significant commemoration. 

More images of the Light Horseman’s Hat and the process of creation can be found on this web page. 

Photography by Amanda Feher, Wyn Binmore and Giuseppe Vizzone.