‘The Moth and the Olive Branch’ Julia Godfree
Ceramic and Stone Sculptures
Date: May 1 – May 31Space: Foyer
The Puriri moth is known as the messenger of the forest.
The olive branch represents peace and harmony.
The message: Peace and harmony is being restored on earth!
An exhibition of ceramic and NZ oamaru stone, each sculptural art piece is adorned with fine detail. The artist expresses that some hold the cracks of the old world, subtle messages of renewal, and that there is a time for all good reveals.
Come and view this beautiful work, on display in Creative Arts Napier for the month of May