Back again for its second year the Seed Sculpture Symposium is transforming Hastings’ Albert Square into a working hub for sculptors.
Running until Saturday, the event sees 10 local artists working with a variety of materials including timber, clay, recycled materials, stone carving, bronze and wood.
Each artist will create a minimum of one piece of artwork during the four-day event working for a minimum of six hours on site each day.
Hastings Community Arts development manager Pitsch Leiser says the event is a great way to see the development of the sculptures and how a simple piece of material can turn into a work of art.
Photo: Local Bridge Pa artist Claire Sadler said her work was to show the culture and diversity of the people of Hawke’s Bay. Photo / Warren Buckland
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Posted: 19 April 2019