In 2010 the finishing touches were put on the 3m tall concrete Rainbow Serpent public art sculpture that had previously been constructed along the Gnarojin Creek.
Sculpture artist Jahne Rees, Aboriginal artist Ross Storey and Narrogin community members worked together to decorate the outer shape of the sculpture, reminiscent of a Noongar shield, a seed pod and a flame.
Each of the three openings in the side of the Rainbow Serpent sculpture are decorated with colourful mosaic tiles with an outer surface of an earthy colour, highlighting local aggregates.
The group worked on-site, so other community members could wander past and join in.
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