Bollards No. 1

Hand painted figures on poles, as found below, are called Bollards. They were created by local artist Jan Mitchell.


The following  Bollards can be found in the seaside town of  Barwon Heads. This file should be cross-referenced to the file on the Bollards of Geelong (also created by Jan Mitchell) titled Bollards No. 2.

The Bollards are made in timber and are hand painted to suit the themes of the different locations. They could be used as inspiration for a range of classroom activities about people using wood, cardboard, PVC tubes or ceramic piping. Multiple sections could be created by individual students (smaller works) or larger co-operative ventures by groups of students.

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One Response to “Bollards: Painted Figures on Poles 1”

  1. Gary White says:

    Good Morning Sir.

    To whom it may concern i require to know if you can supply some( Bollards), I’ll like to know the types of Bollards that you sell or have in stock together with the prices sheet.
    Please : Advise if you accept Visa Card or Master Card as form of payment.
    Best Regards
    Gary White

    Sorry Gary I don’t sell bollards. I run a website. They were made by an artist who has passed away. I’m available to come and make some for you. Max

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