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'A Celebration' Sculpture by Di Conway

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Fifth Wadehouse Festival Exhibition
‘A Celebration’ Sculpture by Di Conway

Roly Ladies Celebrating the Oy’s and Joy’s of Life

Friday 24 Feb - Sunday 5 March, 2006
Wadehouse, 202 Hutt Rd, Kaiwharawhara.
Shop Hours ph. 04 499 8885

Indoor Outdoor Stoneware Sculpture
Each Piece Unique

Bronzes…fresh from the Annual bronze Casting Camp Workshop where with 12 like minded friends, a retired shearing shed is our workshop and in the yards outside we build our foundry. A 10 day process. Hard work but utter bliss.

Also ‘box’ canvas oil pastel and pencil sketches created before, after or instead of a sculpture.
I will be working in clay through out the 10 day exhibition and enjoy talking my process, my art and my ladies.

Free and easy parking and a great café upstairs.


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