Auckland – West                          Mainly West of Queen Street – seen through my lens

February 14, 2013

Pavilion Structure (Gregor Kregar)

Filed under: Art,Not West,sculpture — Tags: — paul @ 7:18 am
Pavilion Structure (Gregor Kregar)

Pavilion Structure (Gregor Kregar)

Like almost every Aucklander as well as the passengers of three cruise liners in port on the day, we went to the Headland Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition on Waiheke Island on Wednesday last week (Waitangi Day). As the ferry entered Matiatia Bay, we could see this interesting building on the ridge of the headland.

A very orderly structure from the distance, the impression is one of chaos and fun as one approaches.

Complete with swings that were always in use, it is built from recycled timber, to contrast with the minimalist modern dwellings that can be found along the trail.

Gregor Kregar is an artist with wide-ranging talents. Some of his work appeared on this blog before. This piece won the Lexus Premier Award of the exhibition.

Fun in the Pavilion

Fun in the Pavilion

The Chaos Inside

The Chaos Inside

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