If you’ve missed this years outdoor sculpture walk on Waiheke Island – headland Sculpture on the Gulf, here’re some of the highlights.
The 2 kilometre coastal walk close to Matiatia (where the ferries come and go from) had 34 sculptures, chosen from 250 proposals.
Hard to believe a lump of dirty would make the cut but Richard Maloy’s proposal much have caught someone’s eye. Apparently he tends to it daily!
Three of these electropolished marine grade stainless steel baskets were suspended from the branches of the Pohutakawa tree – magnificent.
This installation made from bamboo and washi tape, set among feathery bush looked spectacular.
My all time favourite by Tiffany Singh. The upturned boats signify refugees with a commentary by Steven Hue talking about their difficulties will settling in new lands.
How many pairs of jandals were used in this sculptures?