<div style="float: right;"><a href="/wild-rhinos/webform/taronga-wild-rhinos-auction">[nodepicker==image==11277==content-image==image-inline==no-lightbox====no-caption] </a></div><h2 lang="en-US">Artist</h2><p lang="en-US">Mr &amp; Mrs Brown</p><h2 lang="en-US">Title</h2><p lang="en-US">Sentient Being</p><h2 lang="en-US">Proudly Sponsored By:</h2><p lang="en-US">APA Group</p><h2 lang="en-US">Rhino Sculpture Location:</h2><p lang="en-US">Cook &amp; Philip Park (elevated platform)
Cnr William Street and College Street, Sydney, NSW 2000</p><h2 lang="en-US">Rhino Inspiration:</h2><p lang="en-US">The world without the Rhino would be like the world without a shade of green – take away any more hues and a fundamental imbalance becomes a startlingly ugly reality. 'Sentient Being' is the acknowledgment of an animal’s uniqueness and the negative impact on the planet's ecology should we ignore the Rhino's place in it. The Chakras are powerful visual reminders of the physical aggregates which build life, and represent the tangible and emotional loss to society our moral negligence will cause.</p><h2 lang="en-US">Artist statement:</h2><p lang="en-US">Mr &amp; Mrs Brown are contemporary artists living in Central West NSW. Mr Brown is an interdisciplinary artist with a Bachelor of Visual Arts whose studio practice encompasses a wide range of media. Mrs Brown is a high school Visual Arts teacher who has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) and Graduate Diploma of Education. Both Mr &amp; Mrs Brown have exhibited their artworks independently at various exhibitions over the past 15 years including the recent Cementa_13 Contemporary Arts Festival in Kandos NSW. They are currently working collaboratively on public sculptures under the name "Mr &amp; Mrs Brown".</p><h2><strong>Sculpture Details</strong></h2><p><strong>Type :&nbsp;</strong>Large (adult)</p><p><strong>Measurements</strong> : 1340mm (h) x 2250mm (l) x 800mm (w)</p><p><strong>Weight </strong>: Approximately 60Kg</p>