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Linda Patterson, End Divided Paths, 1994, mixed media. Photo Sam Roberts

End Divided Paths

Linda Patterson

End Divided Paths is part of the River Torrens Sculpture Park commissioned in 1994 by Foundation SA (now Arts SA). The work was designed to be accessible, being tactile for the sight impaired and accessible by wheelchair. Reaching 4 metres to the highest point, it has been constructed of concrete, Mintaro slate and steel with a hot dipped zinc finish. Inlaid into the slate surface are figures formed by the use of locally found shards of pottery from early Adelaide homes and Bennett’s Potters terracotta rubble. Linda also worked with the children from Brompton Primary and their drawings can be seen incised around the base of the sculpture.

Mistletoe Park/Tainmuntilla (Park 11), War Memorial Drive

Year Produced



Mixed media

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