The City of Yarra has a diverse range of contemporary, heritage and public art.

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  • Curtains by George Baldessin


    This work was produced during the later part of George Baldessin’s life and shows the power and inventiveness of his work, having been influenced during his trips to Europe in the early 1960s. 
  • Object (Vase) 2 by Michael Cook

    Object Vase

    In this work Object (Vase) (2015), Aboriginal figures assume the roles of Victorian nobility. Acquired for the Yarra City Council Art Collection in 2015.
  • Cleaning by Sophia Szilagyi


    Clearing (2011) is a digital print by Sophia Szilagyi, a Yarra based artist whose local landscape is a part of her palette, in particular the sky and the Merri Creek area. Images of these are built up into the many layers that make up her work. 
  • Winged face seat 2

    Winged Face

    The Winged Face seat celebrates the diversity and creativity of Brunswick Street and the music, food and sun. In 2013, Giuseppe Raneri was commissioned to produce two mosaic seats to join Council’s Public Art Collection.
  • The Green Line by Deanna Hitti

    The Green Line

    Deanna Hitti's practice encompasses different techniques of printmaking and artist books. The Green Line, Yarra City Council Art Collection. Acquired through the Print Council of Australia’s Annual Print Commission.
  • Coastal City (2) artist Jan Senbergs

    Coastal City (2)

    With his trademark solid black line, Senbergs produced two new large-scale etchings in collaboration with Australian Print Workshop Printers in 2013 and Council acquired one for its collection.
  • Richmond Nocturne artist Mark Schaller

    Richmond Nocturne

    Yarra resident Mark Schaller’s distinctive raw and expressionistic style is evident in his representation of Richmond’s streets at night. This work can be seen at the Richmond Town Hall.
  • Miss USA by Rebeccah-Power

    Miss USA

    The Miss USA portrait comes from Rebeccah Power’s International Art Force series, one of three acquired by Yarra City Council in 2013. 
  • Fitzroy 1883-1996 silk screen print - artist Carol Porter

    Fitzroy 1883 1996

    Fitzroy 1883-1996 is set at the old Fitzroy Football Ground in Edinburgh Gardens. Carol Porter produced this work when she was an Artist in Residence at RedPlanet Inc.
  • Infinity Billboard Digital Print by artist Natasha Johns-Messenger

    Infinity Billboard

    Infinity Billboard was originally a site-specific photographic work displayed at Billboard Park, on the corner of Gertrude and Smith Streets in Fitzroy, as part of the 2004 Midsumma Festival Program. 
  • Sohrai Ledra textile by Sita Devi

    Sohrai Ledra

    Sita Devi created Sohrai Ledra. A ‘ledra’ is a small quilt made by stitching straight into layers of recycled cotton saris – as if constructing a drawing. 
  • Leonid - Linocut and Aquatint artist Rona Green


    Leonid is true to Rona Green’s distinctive style of figurative artwork, using themes of anthropomorphism and subculture to create eclectic and endearing characters.