Art in a Garden is proud to present Sculpture. North Canterbury.  Now in its second year, this six week outdoor exhibition is an exciting collection of sculpture from 12 practising New Zealand artists.  To celebrate the exhibition, we have been selling tickets to our Exclusive Preview Launch Party on the 18th October, from 5.30-7.30pm, which has recently sold out.   After the Launch Party this exhibition can be viewed for free, from the 19 October – 8 December, within the beautiful grounds of Pegasus Bay Winery.

Doors are open, 7 days a week, from 10am – 5pm.  Just show up and meander around the works as you please.  No booking or wine tasting required.  Exhibition brochure’s are available from the wine tasting room and restaurant.

Pegasus Bay Restaurant is open Thursday to Monday, 12 noon – 4pm (closed Tuesday and Wednesday).  Bookings recommended.
Wine tasting and sales available 7 days, from 10am – 5pm.
Group tasting of 10 or more by appointment only. Tasting fee $5.

Should you like to enquire or make a purchase of an artwork, please contact Laura Forbes. 021414162 or email hidden; JavaScript is required. All artwork must remain onsite for the full duration of the exhibition.

 Sculpture. North Canterbury 2019 Artists

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The Garden at Pegasus Bay Winery

The garden of Pegasus is undulated, with both flat, steep, bare and covered areas. There are coloured gardens, styled on Sissinghurst in England complimented by box hedging and topiaries. Gran’s Garden was established in 2008, plus you will find the Rhododendron Gully, a Chinese/Japanese style bridge leading to a small island, lakes, an olive grove, an amphitheatre and a rare Conifer garden.

Pegasus Bay Winery is run by the Donaldson family who have been seriously involved in wine since the early 1970’s and are pioneers of the North Canterbury wine region.

For more info. check out: www.pegasusbay.com

Getting There

You can find this year’s Sculpture. North Canterbury exhibition at 263 Stockgrove Road, Waipara.
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