Artwork: Hope

Laurinda-Lee [?] Grady
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Wooden block artwork with the word hope and a heart on one side and, on the reverse, a handwritten message from Lausinda Grady.
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Dimensions (LxWxH): 198 x 99 x 20mm (7 13/16 x 3 7/8 x 13/16")
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This item was removed from the Bridge of Remembrance in April 2012.
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Marks/Inscriptions: We have been tested to / our limits daily since Sept / 2010. Many did not survive / & we ill remember them / forever. / May are still struggling & / we will support them for / as long as need be. / Despite what has been / thrown at us, we have come / together & are closer for the / experience. / We must not let the sadness / of our past, or our fear of / the future, ruin the happiness / of our present. // Laurinda-Lee [?] Grady




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