If you go down to the Deckchair cinema in Darwin, there is a walkway up to the top of the Esplanade. At the bottom end there are some great mosaics commemorating Northern Territory women.
I love the 3-D effect of the leaves and when wet, the mosaics look particularly spectacular.
The women featured in this mosaic are:
Janie Mason, who was involved in the NT Nursing and Union movements;
Helena Rioli, for services to the Aboriginal community especially regarding Stolen Generation issues;
Margery Harris, for her contribution to Central Australian sport and the community;
Nancy Giese, for her contribution to education and the arts;
Sylvia Wolf, for her contribution to Tourism paticularly in the Katherine region.
The mosaic was created by Techy Masero in 2006. Techy is a Chilean-born artist who came to Darwin in 1985 and is well known for her use of natural materials in sculpture.