SCULPTURAL: Leila from Ocean Shores with Adrienne Hmeninitsky's Place and Time in Spirit, one of the featured pieces at the Brunswick Heads Sculpture Walk, held last weekend. Made from recycled hardwood doors, mirror, mild steel and mirrored stainless steel, the artist's statement suggests that the door represents a pathway between past and future.
SCULPTURAL: Leila from Ocean Shores with Adrienne Hmeninitsky's Place and Time in Spirit, one of the featured pieces at the Brunswick Heads Sculpture Walk, held last weekend. Made from recycled hardwood doors, mirror, mild steel and mirrored stainless steel, the artist's statement suggests that the door represents a pathway between past and future. Lyn Mcarthy

The colour and the shape of Brunswick Heads Sculpture Walk

THE Brunswick Valley Nature Sculpture Walk took place over the long weekend with around work from around 30 artists on display.

One of the organisers Sam Collyer said the Walk was a platform for local and interstate artists to showcase their work and for locals to explore the world of sculpture.

Featuring permanent and temporary sculptural installations the three-day exhibition celebrated nature and community with artists working with environmental themes.

Go to: brunswicknaturesculpture walk.com


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