An angel at my garden

Last updated 09:04 06/11/2012

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An angel stands in a field, wooden fish peek out of wild flowers, and intricate designs dangle from trees.

The Hawke's Bay Wildflower Sculpture Exhibition features the work of more than 60 artists from around New Zealand.

The works will be on display at Round Pond Garden, south of Hastings, from tomorrow until Sunday. The event runs in association with the Hospice Holly Trail, and raises funds for Cranford Hospice.

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- The Dominion Post


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