Konstantin Dimopoulos ‘Beyond Good and Evil’
Waiheke is one of my favorite weekend destinations so I’m always keen to hop on the 35 min ferry to pay the island a little visit. Most of the time I go there with the view of indulging in some gorgeous local food and a spot of wine tasting but on Sunday I went there for something even more exciting: the ‘Sculpture on the Gulf’ exhibition.
If you haven’t heard about it before, the ‘Sculpture on the Gulf’ is an outdoor sculpture trail featuring an array of well-established and emerging New Zealand artists. It only takes place every couple of years and lasts for about three weeks so it’s a very special event.
The weather on Sunday was perfect which made the one and a half hour walk along the art trail an almost magical experience. Set against the clear sky and deep blue water the sculptures almost looked as if they had always been there, just waiting to be discovered.
Here are a few pics I took along the way: