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NZ Sculpture OnShore will be back in 2016


The People's Choice is ...

Humpback Whale by Jack Marsden-Mayer

Jack Marsden-Mayer, 'Humpback Whale', 2014. Photo: Goina Thedinga aotearoa.co.nz

Jack Marsden-Mayer, 'Humpback Whale', 2014. Photo: Goina Thedinga aotearoa.co.nz

We are delighted to announce that the NZ Sculpture OnShore Fisher Funds People's Choice was Humpback Whale by Jack Marsden-Mayer. This is Jack's second consecutive People's Choice award at the exhibition.

Curator Rob Garrett said he hoped there would be "something for everybody" in this year's exhibition and it seems visitors agreed; taking the time to cast their vote for a whopping 90 sculptures out of the exhibition's total of 108 artworks!

Winner of Raffle Prize 'Love of Land of Love' by Terry Stringer

S. Chignall, Auckland.

A huge "Thank You" to everyone

Merry Christmas from NZ Sculpture OnShore. Photo: Su Leslie

Merry Christmas from NZ Sculpture OnShore. Photo: Su Leslie

To everyone who visited NZ Sculpture OnShore; to all our dedicated volunteers (around 200 this time) and of course to our talented artists - this year's exhibition is looking like being one of most successful, and we thank you.

We are taking a little break over Christmas, but will be back in the New Year with news about the event's success and a brand new gallery of photos from the exhibition.

In the meantime, you will find lots of photos on our FaceBook page, and on instagram #nzsculptureonshore.

Ngā mihi o te wā me te Tau Hou
A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

     

You can still support
Feed The Kids Too

Donna Turtle Sarten & Bernie Harfleet, ' Feed the Kids Too' Photo: Goina Thedinga

Donna Turtle Sarten & Bernie Harfleet, ' Feed the Kids Too' Photo: Goina Thedinga

The installation is coming down, but the problem it highlights remains

'Feed the Kids Too', by Donna Turtle Sarten and Bernie Harfleet has been one of the most popular works at the exhibition, with visitors not only enjoying the sights and sounds of 6,000 lunchboxes in the trees, but also contributing to the project to fill them with a lunch for school children who do not have one.

You can still help with this project.

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