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Wil Goodsir – Launceston General Hospital Emergency Department

A 3.8m high bouquet of daisies


The garland of flowers at the entrance of the Launceston General Hospital’s Emergency Department is a colourful and hopeful sculpture created by Wil Goodsir.

The flowers are inspired by Tasmania’s alpine Everlasting Daisy, and offer visitors a metaphor of perseverance and beauty in what can be a sometimes traumatic environment. The daisies dance in the wind and light up at night

These 3.8m high works are made from staineless steel, plexiglass and anodised aluminium.


Wil Goodsir is a registered architect interested in combining traditional woodcraft skills with contemporary manufacturing and computer aided design. This relationship requires the differences between the individual and the mass produced to be resolved.



Public art nearby