sculpt sunday

What better way to begin a glorious NZ Sunday than with breakfast out with Mr TS followed by a saunter around the grounds of Gladstone Vineyard to view the breath-taking Sculpture in the Country bi-annual event. Being one of first to arrive meant that we were able to view and photograph at our leisure. Here are just a few of the artworks that caught my eye.

image: hurricane by brett harman

image: dispersal by clyde bruce

image: roaring stag by jack marsden-mayer

image: qualis vita finis ita by nico thomsen

image: mr orwell’s prized ewe by sean crawford

image: pollem by nico thomsen

image: title unknown – apologies to sculptor

image: title unknown – apologies to sculptor

image: odanatas reprise by doug kennedy

image: kiwi riders by will clijsen

Kiwi Riders was my all time favourite. Ethereal, illustrative and joyful.

image: kiwi riders detail

Lunch on the deck followed. Earlier on in the week a friend made me lunch and it was so delicious that I decided to make it for us today. tomatoes and basil from the garden – they’re coming out of our ears at the moment!

image: tomatoes, basil, olives, buffalo mozzarella, cracked black pepper, lemon juice and olive oil

Until next time…

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  1. Wow! Fantastic sculptures, my favourite is “Pollem”.

  2. Yes, ‘Pollem’ is pretty special isn’t it? Nico is a local artists and sells his work in Red Moa, the new gallery we have in Carterton. Stop and look perhaps next time you’re heading to Wellington.

  3. Zarich

     /  May 10, 2011

    Lovely lunch – one of my utter favourites!

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