Larger-than-life exhibition at Black Swan cafe-bookshop

AN exhibition of works by local artist Duncan Rush has just over a week to run at the Black Swan cafe-bookshop in New Norfolk.

An official opening was held on September 25 and the works – described by host Alexander Okenyo as playfully large sculptures – can be seen until October 12.

On display inside, outside and on top of the cafe, most of the sculptures sold on the first day of the exhibition. A price list for the remaining items is a available from the venue.

Black Swan Tasmania, at 11 Stephen St, New Norfolk, is open Friday to Monday, from 10am-4.30pm.

Photos from opening night at the exhibition will be in the next print edition of New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News, out on October 16.

Ant sculpture on roof of Black Swan cafe bookshop
A giant sculpture by Duncan Rush on the roof of Black Swan bookshop cafe in New Norfolk.

Read more about Duncan Rush here.

2 Comments

  1. Sunflowers symbolise unwavering faith and unconditional love. It’s perfect to send to
    your loved one if you want to express exactly how much you adore him or her.

    Sunflowers, especially the ones grown in farms, are often photographed stretching
    their tall stalks and vibrant petals towards the sun.

    For us here in the Derwent Valley are ” especially the ones grown ” out of one’s unconditional
    love for health & wellbeing. Thank you Mr. Rush

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