27 JUN 2017
Head Over to 'Sculptureum'
Colour and surprise around every corner.
Head off on a short, art-filled adventure to 'Sculptureum' in Matakana. It's a delightful escape from the city.
This was, unfortunately, the second sculpture walk we've been on in the rain. But with a Blunt umbrella in hand (thanks for the loan Sculptureum!) we braved the weather and ventured through the manicured gardens in search of a bit of inspiration. Take a look at a few of our favourite works from the day.
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