Mosmans Restaurant - Artworks
Art is a big part of Mosmans' philosophy.
We believe it goes hand-in-hand with the appreciation of good food and good wine.
When you visit the restaurant you'll notice a number of eclectic art pieces – items that have been collected from all corners of the earth. They are something we want to share with each and every one of our diners.
Made by the son of actor Anthony Quinn, who had six wives and nine children, this artwork is reflective of the need for balance in family life. The entwined hands signify the importance of marriage and union; the circle represents the family.
Resting on the bar is a sculpture of a young girl sitting down wearing a sun hat. This is one of British artist's Tom Greenshields fondest memories of when his grand-daughter used to relax in the garden during summer.
Hanging on our wall is a wooden leather jacket which needs to be touched to be truly experienced. This jacket is made from 800 year old Kauri wood. This piece is by Kevin McCardell, a NZ sculptor who is fascinated by clothing.
These colourful violins in plexiglass were created by another French born artist, Franck Tordjmann. Frank believes that the reflection of light is a prerequisite of beautiful art and that music is essential to the overall enjoyment of life.
The Blue Box
As you enter the restaurant you are welcomed by the Blue Box jellyfish. This piece is made from heavy, hand-blown glass, forged mild steel, stainless steel and various sourced objects to create a striking, bold jellyfish.
This large sculptural timber artwork was inspired by the Rottnest swim. Stephen Draper designs and creates sculptural pieces in various media to reflect the positive energy of the ocean and beach.