Random Art Story, Two
If you’ve not seen it before I’d be extremely surprised, because it’s plonked pretty much squarely opposite the Lido, somewhere seeming to always be awash with punters tipping the usual variety of liquids and solids into themselves.
As you can see, it’s a great piece, bronze, and textured in a marvelously subtle way. The slightly abstract lines just make it all the more curious to look at, and the complete absence of nose-hair suggests the model was extremely well-kempt.
So… what is it?
It’s a great piece in one of my favourite parts of town. There’s something distinctly cosmopolitan about that corner of Wakefield and Victoria. Something I wish more of Wellington had!
But one doesn’t complain.