Onehunga Primary School Sculpture

This is a pictorial of the development of a sculptured wall of stone for Onehunga Primary School in Auckland, New Zealand. It is 4 metres long and just over a metre high, depicting the diversity of the school, the different ethnic cultures and the gifts they bring to the school and the community. It will be at the front of the school surrounded by landscaping.

Click here to read the meaning behind this sculpture.

The sculpture was designed by Pam Griffin, and is hand sculpted by Trevor Heighway.

Hinuera Quarry

Forklift positioning the stone for cutting

Huge saw for in the cutting shed

Cutting the large block

Baz about to load the cut blocks

Loading both blocks on Rick's truck

The stone arrives at Trevor's workshop

Lifting the first piece onto a macrocarpa slab

Easy does it...

Adding the second block

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