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Small Sculpture Showcase

Aiko Groot - Ad Infinitum
7 Mar 2019 to 7 Apr 2019
9 - 6 Everyday
The Small Sculpture Showcase is a feature of the Perpetual Guardian Sculpture on The Gulf 2019 exhibition programme showing at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery for five weeks.
Event type: 
Art, Exhibition, Public Art
Free Entry
Waiheke Community Art Gallery
2 Korora Rd. Oneroa Waiheke Island
National, Auckland


Waiheke’s largest event the Perpetual Guardian Sculpture on the Gulf is currently in exhibition this summer.

New dates, outside of the traditional peak season timing, were recently announced for this exhibition opened on Friday 1st March and run through till Sunday 24 March.

The 2019 exhibition sees an expanded sculpture experience extending from the Walkway up to the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, and Artworks environs.

The Small Sculpture Showcase will be a feature of the exhibition programme at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery for a period of 5 weeks.

As in previous years, a feature of the outdoor sculpture exhibition is the experience of new work, not previously exhibited and for 2019 we are extending this philosophy to the Gallery exhibition to ensure this biennial Waiheke event remains at the forefront of sculpture exhibitions in New Zealand. The outstanding small scale sculptural works will provide a high quality gallery experience. 

Also on display is “Tu Waka” by Waiheke Sculptor Chris Bailey, this specially commissioned bronze is a Limited Edition of 20 plus additional works by other well-known New Zealand sculptors. 

Enjoy a “hands-on” experience by creating small ceramic water containers for Waiheke’s birds and insects – which once fired these will form an interconnected sculpture.

Additional large scale works are a feature of the Artworks Courtyard adjacent to the Gallery.

The gallery will be open for extended hours 9am - 6pm over the duration of Perpetual Guardian Sculpture on the Gulf so be sure to come and visit on your way along the track and up into the village!

Written by

Waiheke Community Art Gallery- Te Whare Taonga o Waiheke

7 Mar 2019