CORPORATE AND GOVERNMENT PROJECTS
The Dalton Building stairwell on the University of New South Wales’s (UNSW) Kensington campus is home to a multi-floor level wall mosaic installation by Douglas Annand.
As part of the 1999 upgrade to Railway Square, the Council for The City of Sydney commissioned internationally recognised artist and Sydney resident Merilyn Fairskye, http://fairskye.com/, to design a public art installation for the space.
The New South Wales Public Works Advisory (NSWPWA) engaged O’Sullivan Conservation to perform conservation works on the Governor Phillip Fountain in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.
The decommissioning of the Newcastle Signal Box at the end of December 2014 marked the end of an era.
The manufacture and installation of Bills Horse Troughs was sponsored by George Bills and his wife Annis, who set up a trust fund through George’s will, https://billswatertroughs.wordpress.com/.
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged by The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney to clean the incised lettering at Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair and Mrs. Macquarie’s Road at Mrs Macquarie’s Point, The Domain, Sydney.
As part of the award-winning refurbishment of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Clancy Auditorium O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to undertake the on-campus relocation of Parousia (1992) by Jock Clutterbuck.
Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney engaged O’Sullivan Conservation to treat the bronze ‘Venus’ fountain located in the Main Pond at Farm Cove.
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged by the City of Sydney to perform quarterly maintenance and conduct an annual condition assessment to The Cenotaph, located at the western end of Martin Place over a period of five years
PRIVATE CLIENT PROJECTS
The Bonville Memorial Hall Trust is the custodian of two World War I German machine guns (maschinengewehr), a MG 08 heavy and a MG 08/15 light gun.
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to clean and conserve a bronze figurine of Atalanta on a cylindrical marble plinth (along with a matching figurine of Hippomenes) by a private collector. The figurine had a…
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to clean and conserve a bronze figurine of Hippomenes on a small marble plinth (along with a matching figurine of Atalanta) by a private collector. The figurine had a noticeable…
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged by a private client to undertake a conservation repair on a statuette version of Bertram Mackennal’s Circe, produced in a limited run by the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW). The ring finger…
The marble lion sculpture was presented to O’Sullivan Conservation in at least eleven individual pieces for a comprehensive conservation repair. The sculpture’s base had broken into two sections, all four legs had been separated from the…
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to repair a small gilt wooden statue of a seated Buddha held in a private collection. The statue had been damaged during international transport.
A small cast bronze dragon sculpture on a polished marble plinth was delivered to the O’Sullivan Conservation workshop for condition assessment and treatment.