We recently delivered and installed at our clients home their newly completed commissioned artwork.

Chosen from an exemplary selection of artists, this commission was awarded to local artist Peter Dailey.


The client’s recent purchase and furnish of their City Beach home required finishing off with significant artworks. A focal point for their entrance foyer was required to reflect a warm and welcoming environment.

Special Considerations

The artwork needed to compliment the design of the home and its surrounding environment.

The Artwork

The commissioned artist, Peter Dailey designed his sculpture based on a theme of nurture, growth, and creativity. The sculpture, in the design of a woman, has rested in her hands a large bird, perched on the beak of this bird is a smaller bird, singing – with tunes protruding from its beak. Her headpiece is a series of painted houses.

About the Artist

Born in Warrnambool, Victoria, Peter received his Diploma in Fine Art from Claremont School of Art in 1985. Today, Dailey is recognised as one of Western Australia’s leading artist, working in the genre of Magical Realism.

Proficient in sculpture, painting, and drawing, Dailey has undertaken numerous public art commissions, collaborations, and private commissions. In 2015, he was awarded and completed a two-dimensional public art commission for St John of God Hospital in Midland and collaborated with a fellow artist in an Artists in Residence at the Australian Army Museum of Western Australia.

Throughout his career, Dailey has participated in over 80 group exhibitions and a dozen solo exhibitions, both locally and nationally. He has exhibited internationally in Budapest, Hungary, Singapore at the National Museum, and in the Philippines.

Petter Dailey’s thought-provoking artworks can be found in the collections of the Art Gallery of WA, University of WA, Australian Capital Equity, Murdoch University, Edith Cowan University, Warrnambool Art Gallery Victoria, and various shires and councils.

Private Commission by Artist Peter Dailey