• Kevin Muir, Kirsty and Ashley Gardyn, Jody and Sarah Kaye.
  • Maria and Nigel Teape, Cary and Doug Cochrane, with Joshua Olley's 'Fist that knew'.
  • Justine Cliffe, Jo Cliffe, Lenore Sumpter, Kristin Sumpter.
  • Libby Storey, Peter and Mary Brook.
  • Genevieve Becroft, Chester Becroft, Jan O'Connor.
  • Peter Alley, Shelley and Ed Chignell, Joe Kemp and Sherie Kemp in front of Joe Kemp's 'Manaia o Tangaroa'.
  • Erich Bachmann, Sakthy Wijeyesinghe, Alan Sherlock with John Ferguson's 'Fallen'.
  • Gavin Busch, Christine and Graham Rowe.

NZ Sculpture OnShore returns to Fort Takapuna

Artists, sponsors, funders, volunteers and members of the public joined NZ Sculpture OnShore organisers and staff, and representatives from New Zealand Women’s Refuge at the gala opening of the 2018 NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition at Fort Takapuna. Guests at the November 2nd launch of the 12th biennial exhibition, the country’s largest and longest-standing outdoor sculpture exhibition, made the most of a fine (but windy) opening night to take in the full scope of the works. Proceeds from the sales go to New Zealand Women’s Refuge to assist with linen packs, refurbishment of the refuges, purchase of whiteware or furniture, and a counselling fund.