The stand out features of our permanent park are the landscape and heritage additions. Far reaching views in all directions with undulating hills and sparsely populated trees and heritage abundant in the foreground.
Sculptures that embrace and shape as much as create shape and form.
The First World Privilege by Daniel Clemmett is made out of recycled steel car bonnets.
Like in music and maths, art binds all life in its universal language.
The object for sculptor is to start a conversation and see if it has legs.