Sculpture in the Country

Yesterday Tom and I went on a Sunday excursion to Sculpture in the Country, an event held in the Wairarapa every two years to raise money for  a local charity.

Essentially, you walk around a large area looking at sculpture of every description – those ideal for the homes of minimalists, some carved in Oamaru stone, a few that looked like art school projects, some that seemed to have been made to be bought by local middle-aged, middle-class women and the rest.

Tom and I wandered around the garden (there was also a jazz band in stripy waistcoats just like the one we had at our wedding), then settled in with some books and ice-cream next to the pond.

More photos here.

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