William Ricketts Sanctuary

2/21/2010 11:27:00 AM ·



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William Ricketts worked on the Sanctuary for fifty years, transforming a natural old-growth eucalyptus forest into a unique place of spiritual renewal and quiet reflection.

Situated in the Dandenongs in a ferny glade, the William Ricketts Sanctuary is a place of beauty and tranquility, due both to the natural setting and the mystical sculptures half hidden among ferns along enchanting pathways.

Made of clay from the Bendigo region, these breathtakingly beautiful and visionary sculptures create a magical presence. Ricketts wanted to express his respect for Aboriginal culture and foster a love of the Australian landscape with visitors via his artworks. See all of the pictures of William Ricketts Sanctuary

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