A NEW artwork titled `The Silver Lining Tree’ has been chosen to represent an indigenous health program in the Greater Green Triangle region.
The artwork by Mt Gambier artist Zell Dodd has been purchased for Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health and will be used on the department’s website and promotional materials for its Indigenous Health Program.
Ms Dodd said `The Silver Lining Tree’ showed that as the leaves on the tree change colour, lives also change.
“There is a silver lining on every leaf to guide us,” she said.
Senior program manager with GGT UDRH at Hamilton, Mel Robertson said the artwork had been commissioned to provide a unique local image for the health program.
“We wanted a piece of art produced in our region that represents the colours of the Greater Green Triangle and the aims of our indigenous health program,” Ms Robertson said.
“We will be using it in all our promotional material.”
Full story in The Spectator on Saturday, February 8, 2014.