Oversized animatronic for touring stage show
Wynne Prize Finalists 2017
Twice scale sculpture of a homeless man, exhibited at National Trust S.H Ervin Gallery 2015 Salon Des Refuses.
Last kiss good bye is a social statement about the Palm oil industry, destroying the orang-utans habitat.
“A Little Balance” was exhibited at Sculptures By The Sea 2009.
At the Sculpture Darling Park Exhibition 2013, Paul Trefry was awarded the Franco Belgiorno-Nettis Transfield Holdings Prize for this piece titled “Gladis always knew Arthur was late”.
“Little Boy Lost” was exhibited at Sculptures By The Sea 2009.
Unwanted, a twice sized silicone face of a homeless man. Exhibited at the Salon Des Refuses 2012 at the S.H Ervin Gallery at the The Rocks, Sydney.
“Old Charlie liked to dip his toes in the water” was exhibited in Sculpture 2011, curated by the Brenda May Gallery in Sydney Australia.