What has more than 70 exhibitors; covers several hectares of farmland and is made of marble, glass, steel, ceramic, stone and wood?
The answer is Sculpture on the Peninsula; the South Island’s largest outdoor contemporary sculpture exhibition held at Loudon Farm in Teddington.
Fox and Associates is delighted to be a supporter and sponsor of this event and we are looking forward to the grand opening on Friday, November 6th. Fox and Associates has had the privilege to work on many land developments in Bank Peninsula and so sponsorship is our way of giving something back to the community. It also recognizes that, like many of the land developments we’ve worked on, The Sculpture on the Peninsula has the power to enhance and enliven people’s lives.
What makes Sculpture on the Peninsula unique is its setting. Based on a historic, working farm, surrounded by the Lyttleton harbour landscape, sculptures by prominent New Zealand artists are installed in surprising places. As you walk around the exhibition, you’ll find sculptures in old sheds, in fields, up macrocarpa trees; just about anywhere. Discovering the work is part of the fun.
The exhibition is open to the public on the 7th and 8th and with all-day live entertainment, scrumptious food and with admission only $12 (kids under 12 are free), it’ll be a great family day. All proceeds from the event go to Cholmondeley House so don’t hesitate. Come along knowing your attendance will help a great local cause.