Ted Moran

Selected Artwork Previously Sold at Gallery Beneath

Ted Moran is a professional sculptor now based on the Sunshine Coast.

He began his career as a sculptor at the age of twenty two while living on the Mornington Peninsular.  . Having completed his training as a fitter and turner , he was encouraged by a work colleague to explore creative work in the metal mediums. He began to specialise in sculpture combining metal and glass His work includes sculptures in stained glass panels and combinations of metal, stone and glass blocks. He has found representation in major gallery’s in Victoria and Queensland with many exhibitions to his credit.

Ted has produced work for local, national and international clients, with sculpture being exhibited and purchased throughout Australia 

 

Major artworks include:

Peninsula Grammar Chapel: Stained  Glass, Sculptured steel and glass screens.

St Vincents Private Hospital: Stained  Glass, Sculptured steel and glass screens for the Chapel music area.

St Marks Uniting Church Mornington: "Theme of Unity” - Large Stained Glass windows to complement the110 year - old church windows.
 

Village Theatres, Sydney, Melbourne: Wall & house light sculptures

Knights of Malta: Crucifixes in the style of the iconic symbols of the group.

Frankston (Monash)Teachers College: Figure flying to the Sun on the building face.

Australian Administration Staff College, Mt. Eliza: Foyer Sculpture in the theme of their insignia.

Scotch College, Melbourne: Sculpture insignia theme of "The Burning Bush" from biblical text.

 

Awards:
Peninsula Sculptor Prize "Alan McCullock”
Schweppes Art Prize
Peninsula Sculptor Prize "Ken Scarlet”