Sculpture on the Greens at Kooindah Waters


We visited Kooindah Waters today to take a look at some of the Sculpture on the Greens exhibit. This is just a small sample of the sculpture on display, and some of the most interesting pieces didn’t lend themselves to the camera; you needed to see the sculpture from close up – or even from inside the sculpture – to really appreciate the details.  We were particularly interested to see the work of local high schools, which showcased the promising talent of the Central Coast’s next generation of artists. Sculpture on the Greens continues until May 31st. For more information, visit http://www.sculptureonthegreens.net.au and also, see flyer at end for info on an extra exhibition at the Bobbie P Gallery in Alison Road.

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