The beautiful Eagle sculpture created by Kris Martin and his team along with many community members for the Afloat Creative Recovery Project has returned to Creative Regions.  The idea for the sculpture came from the students of Lowmead State School who said they saw many eagles circling following the floods of 2013.

This amazing sculpture has since been exhibited as part of the Swell Sculpture Festival at Currumbin and been to Woodford.  It has now travelled back to Creative Regions HQ in North Bundaberg and is sitting in storage awaiting a new home.

Kris Martin would like to see this sculpture go to a community organisation or business that was impacted by the natural disasters of 2013 or were integral in helping with recovery efforts.  If your organisation or business fits the bill, please send us an email with an explanation of this and how your organisation or business would display the eagle (remembering that it is quite large!).  We don’t expect the eagle to last forever as it is woven work but being on display in an undercover space that has some night time enclosure would be preferred.

Please email your proposal to

Applications will be considered by the Creative Regions and together with the artist will make the final decision on the new home for this great sculpture.