Black Friday - Enjoy it before it’s gone - 10% OFF Entire Site! Use Code BLACKFRIDAY2021

Created and Sold by Roger Gaudreau

Roger Gaudreau
The Migration of the Rhinoceros  «Mavis» | Public Sculptures by Roger Gaudreau | University of Tasmania, Inveresk Campus in Launceston
Purchase Protected
Customize this piece
Ask the creator
Image credit: Roger Gaudreau

The Migration of the Rhinoceros «Mavis» - Public Sculptures

Featured In University of Tasmania, Inveresk Campus, Launceston, Australia

Item details

This sculpture take place in front of the Academy of the Arts, University of Tasmania in Launceston, Australia. The Stainless Steel structure is fill with local blue stone and the rhino is life size 5 feet high.

Context & Credits

Have more questions about this item?
Roger Gaudreau
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Stone ans metal sculpture, great experience in public art projects.

Roger Gaudreau was born in Rimouski, Québec, in 1956. He lives and works in Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada. He received his bachelor’s degree in Arts from the University of Québec in Trois-Rivières (1981). He received his Master of fine arts from the University of Québec in Montréal (1996). He has been teaching sculpture as lecturer professor in Trois-Rivières, Chicoutimi, Montréal and Halifax since 1984.
He has completed over thirty public art projects in Canada, Taiwan, Australia, Finland and Malaysia. He has numerous solo and group exhibitions in Quebec.