'The Green Room' and purple umbrellas permanent commission Kangaroo Pt Park, Brisbane CBD

'Shaped Trees' espaliered tress in progress for installation and planting at the Kangaroo Pt Park as part of the commission work 'Afforest' a commemorative work of 150 tree planting for the Q150 celebrations of Queensland's independence as a state

'Watermarks' permanent commission for the Department of Primary Industries, redland Bay research Station, Cleveland.

'RUG' a temporary work commissioned for the Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Prize, Werribee Victoria.

'Escapespace' Eagle Lane Brisbane CBD, a temporary intervention for the project 'Inhabit: Better ideas for living' for the Brisbane City Council and the Museum of Brisbane.

'Wallflowers' a series of 6 wallflowers, artificial turf

'Landscapers' a collaborative work with Elizabeth Woods, landscaping the Suncorp Piazza, Brisbane CBD. One of 6 sites this work travelled to during 2009. Other sites include the State Library, Museum of Brisbane, Old Brisbane Museum, Architects Awards, Judith Wright Centre.

'Landscapers' at the Judith Wright centre

'Landscapers' when first produced at CAST Gallery Hobart . This started as a walk through North Hobarts streets producing a drawing of the experience and then translating it to a 3D inflatable work. This was a residential project and for the one month duration of the exhibition Elizabeth and I constructed the work completing it to be exhibited in the last 3 day of the exhibition before it was taken down and returned to Queensland for the Public art temporary tour

Nicole Voevodin-Cash

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2001 Master of Art in Visual Arts Griffith University, Qld College of Art
1983 Grad-Dip Art Teaching Brisbane College of Advanced Education Kelvin Grove Campus
1981 Diploma in Fine Arts Seven Hills College of Art
1994 Miscellaneous study Women�۪s Studies Griffith University Nathan Campus
2002 Cert IV Training + Workplace Assessment, CSIT TAFE

Nicole Voevodin-Cash is a Queensland artist whose public art and exhibition projects are becoming a key part of the capital�۪s visual landscape.Nicole works across a wide range of disciplines producing ���Living�۪ works, Land art, facade art works and large temporary public sculptures as well as exhibitions of investigations into landscapes and inflatable installations. Her Kangaroo Point installation combines ���Living�۪ and Land art that reference the geomorphic qualities of site, featuring�ʉ��the green room�۝ a soft landscape amphitheatre to take in those beautiful city sights both day and night.