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Brick Bay Guided Walk.

Brick Bay Sculpture Trail

19 October

Sunday 12 Noon - 5:00pm

Join Jonathan Organ for a FREE afternoon and guided walk around Brick Bay Sculpture Trail.

Showcasing contemporary sculpture by New Zealands established and emerging artists, Brick Bay Sculpture Trail is a remarkable outdoor gallery experience.

RSVP to Arts Manager: Jonathan Organ

or mobile: 022 390 7203 by no later than
11:00am, Saturday 19th October

Special Highlight: Experience the Virginia King earth sculpture ‘Koru’ 2001. A site specific commission at Brick Bay Farm. This large scale land work measures 80 metres in diameter and rises to over 10 metres in height. This work will be opened up to the public for this special event on a guided tour at 2:00pm, along with the ever changing exhibition of around 50 sculptures along the 2km trail set amongst a landscape framed by towering native trees and majestic palms, abundant birdlife, and green pastures all overlooking the celebrated Brick Bay vineyard.

'Koru' is a major earth work sculpture made to celebrate the essence and joy of life at Brick Bay, The spiral form acknowledges land that was once densely forested with ancient kauri. Ten ‘islands’ form the koru and gradually rise from the lake. Three are lower islands within the lake, and the other seven complete the koru, appearing like some huge fossil lying on the hillside. The contoured earth forms spiral to a height of ten metres, where a level space at the centre creates a ten-metre diameter performance area. Narrow walkways across the lake, link the first three islands and transport visitors, pukeko and an occasional sheep into the Koru entry.


Image source:
Virginia King, Koru, 2001

Virginia King, Koru, 2001
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Brick Bay Sculpture Trail

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