the arts

peet limited new land estates
  • In 2008, Peet commissioned a series of public artworks for Burns Beach to create a sense of place and community, and to reflect the evolution of the local area.  Works by artist Coral Lowry – made from alloy and standing up to four metres in height – were installed at the entry to the estate and at Foreshore Park.  Two bronze-cast sculptures and a steel work by Andrew Kay were also commissioned for the community.
  • Public art was installed at Sidney Nolan Reserve and Little Master Park to reflect the lifestyle on offer at Innisfail. The colourful mural within the Sidney Nolan Reserve shows people with their pets, a boy on his skateboard and local couples strolling and enjoying the atmosphere.
  • Peet is pleased to support the Newman College annual Art Expo which showcases major Australian works and some of the best emerging local artists.  
  • For three years, Peet sponsored The West Australian Opera’s Peet Young Artist Concert Series in support of emerging artists.
  • Peet has been a proud supporter of the Australian Ballet.
  • A trio of six-metre tall sculptural trees symbolising the growth of the community were being installed at The Village at Wellard in Western Australia. The sculptures, created by artist Tony Pankiw, were the second in a series of three pieces of public art commissioned for The Village at Wellard by joint venture partners Peet Limited and the Department of Housing.
  • Aston’s entry artwork was sourced by Peet through a design competition for RMIT’s landscape architecture students, which was won by emerging designer Jess Van Swol.
  • At Greenvale Lakes, Peet commissioned local Melbourne artist Anderson Hunt to create a public artwork for the estate’s new public open space. The sculpture reflects the geographical and cultural features of the community, as well as providing a new landmark for the estate.