Six Word Saturday: photographing sculptures in the exhibition gallery

Jin Ling, Dove Girl. Photo: Su Leslie

Jin Ling, Dove Girl. To be exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore, 2014. Photo: Su Leslie

Installation for NZ Sculpture OnShore has begun. Artists have been delivering and siting work since Thursday. This piece arrived from Whangarei-based sculptor Jin Ling, along with several more of her tranquil and beautiful terracotta sculptures.

Today, in between receipting new arrivals, moving plinths and organising the stock room, I will try to get round and photograph some more of the work.

NZ Sculpture OnShore is New Zealand’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition, and a major fundraiser for Women’s Refuge. It opens on Thursday. I’ve been doing pro bono marketing work for the  organisation for the last 18 months, as we have prepared for this exhibition (the 10th biennial).

You can find out more from our website or FaceBook page.

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3 thoughts on “Six Word Saturday: photographing sculptures in the exhibition gallery

  1. Aztec stone sculpture is the culmination of a long Mesoamerican tradition in the carving of stone—from ordinary volcanic rock to highly prized semi-precious stones such as jade—into objects and monuments of all sorts. The tradition began with the Olmec peoples of the Gulf Coast in the second millennium B.C., if not earlier

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