Sculptures By the Sea

Yellow Burst

Last weekend my friend Rachel and I went wandering (with my camera) around the NZ Sculpture onshore exhibition at Fort Takapuna Reserve in Devonport.  With panoramic views out to Rangitoto Island as the back-drop, we strolled along the cliff front where dotted across fields, in trees, along pathways, sculpture creations were springing out of the ground or swaying in the breeze.  Some things just seemed odd – an artwork made of icing sugar; a gigantic lamp-post amongst a backyard of miniature rows of houses.  It was all inspiring in its own way.  As a voluntary-run event which was raising funds for Women’s Refuge – it was great to support an incredible cause and I look forward to next year’s event.

SO I will let you be the judge on the photos that I took of the sculptures that caught my eye.

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2 Comments on Sculptures By the Sea

  1. What amazing sculptures Yellow Tulip; thank you for making me aware of this display, will go next year for sure!

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