Brunswick nature a walk in the park

Willemina Vilari-Kortland’s ‘Brunswick Summer’ a sculpture favourite at the Brunswick Heads art installation. Photo Jeff Dawson.

Today is your last chance to see the art installations at the Brunswick Nature Sculpture Walk, a triennial event created along the foreshore of Brunswick Heads.

Opened last Friday the walk (which includes 40 nationally recognised artists) explores sculpture, site-specific, ephemeral and installation art focusing on themes such as nature and the endangered environment, its fragility and sustainability.

Like a treasure hunt of magical proportions, punters enjoyed the chance to explore the foreshore over the long weekend and discover beautiful at works sprinkled in public places.

Photos Jeff ‘talkin’-the-walk’ Dawson

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