Sunday, November 13, 2016

Sculpture OnShore celebrates 20 years of supporting Women's Refuge

NZ Sculpture OnShore is New Zealand's largest outdoor sculpture exhibition, and one of the oldest.
First held in 1996 in a private garden in Takapuna, the event grew so much in popularity that in 2004 it moved to the spectacular Fort Takapuna Historic Reserve on Auckland’s North Shore.
The exhibition, which features work from established and emerging artists, provides a unique snapshot of contemporary three dimensional art practice in New Zealand. This includes monumental stand-alone sculptures, domestic and small-scaled works, ephemeral projects, light and sound art works, process art and many site-specific installations.
All of the works exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore are for sale during the exhibition and proceeds from each exhibition are donated to Women's Refuge. To date over $1.5 million has been donated to help Women's Refuge support the victims of domestic violence in New Zealand. On until November 20, it has illuminated evening shows on Saturday November 12 and Sunday November 13 from 6.30 till 7.30pm, with live music.

"I think I think too much" Sharon Terrizzi
Indoor Gallery
NZ Sculpture OnShore 2016

"Subterfuge" Sharon Terrizzi
Indoor Gallery
NZ Sculpture OnShore 2016

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