Mak­ing quite a state­ment

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Business -

WA artists Dawn Gam­blen , Phil Gam­blen and Peter Gee have con­trib­uted to a new en­try state­ment at HBF Sta­dium.

The en­trance state­ment aims to cap­ture imag­i­na­tion and draw at­ten­tion to a pro­mo­tional screen.

Dawn said it was im­por­tant to cre­ate a soar­ing and in­spir­ing struc­ture that im­me­di­ately drew the eyes up­wards.

“We also wanted to cre­ate a se­ries of grow­ing struc­tures rep­re­sent­ing pro­gres­sion,” she said.

“This has been sig­ni­fied with the three shapes grow­ing into the big pin­na­cle at the top send­ing the mes­sage to strive and aim high as you would in any sport.”

Phil said the three struc­tures rep­re­sented a fam­ily unit, a com­mu­nity and a team rather than being in­de­pen­dent.

“There is a con­tem­po­rary Gothic in­flu­ence we ap­pre­ci­ated dur­ing the de­sign phase,” he said.

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