Alan Meyburgh is a Western Australia visual artist with both local and international repute, with works ranging from simple school entry statements through to complex public installations as well as pieces held in the corporate and private collections of the Royal Family of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Internationally.
"My art is designed to create meaningful connection. Connections between the heritage of the past, the excitement of the present and anticipation for the future that are experiential, engaging and memorable. Artworks created from a diverse range of media enhance the character of their settings and create a focal point for discovery by people of all ages."
Current member Artsource Western Australia
Current member Margaret River Region Open Studios
Committee Member – Sculpture by the Bay
November 2018: Discover Deadly Entry Statement
November 2017: City of Cockburn, Commercial Development Success – Shortlisted and Runner up
July 2017: AMR Shire Sculpture Trail, Cowaramup. WA - “Banksia Tree” –mild steel
July 2017: Commission by Bridgefield Guest House, Margaret River -“New Beginnings” - sculptural tree
June 2017: Haydon Estate, Margaret River - “The Wave” – polished concrete on a natural post
Feb 2017: Margaret River Independent School - “Entry Statement Sculpture - Heart