This year marks the 10th biennial NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition – a national event presented at the spectacular Fort Takapuna Historic Reserve in Devonport on Auckland’s North Shore.
The exhibition, which has recently featured more than 100 works by as many artists, provides a unique snapshot of contemporary three dimensional art practice, including monumental stand-alone sculptures, domestic and small-scaled works, ephemeral projects, light and sound art works, process art and many site-specific installations.
Panoramic views of the Hauraki Gulf provide a stunning back-drop to this showcase of consistently excellent art from established and emerging artists.
All of the works exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore are for sale during the exhibition.Proceeds from each exhibition are donated to Women’s Refuge – over $1.34 million since 1994.
Look out for Anah Dunsheath, Hannah Kidd and Jim Wheeler’s works in and around the reserve. If you venture into the indoor Gallery look out for works by: Neil Miller, Llew Summers, Jim Wheeler, Bill Hayes, Anah Dunsheath, Hannah Kidd and Marte Szirmay
Work pictured here at NZ Sculpture Onshore:
Jim Wheeler, Epiphytes, stainless steel, 2100 mm long, unique