Posted: May 5, 2023 / News, Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail

On Saturday 29 April, Kaoru Matsumoto’s sculpture ‘Cycle-90° “Lingering Memory” VII’ was officially unveiled by Dr Joe McGirr MP, Member for Wagga Wagga, surrounded by beautiful autumn leaves and accompanied by The Riverina Light Horse Troop in the grounds of the Adelong Services & Citizens Club.

Artist Kaoru Matsumoto expressed, “the wind is invisible, but its strength, flow and quantity are delicate and complex, and are closely related to us, and it is the earth’s breath.” Kaoru further explained that the metal mesh of the wings of the sculpture have an aperture ratio of 77%, allowing the wind to escape, softening movement, allowing light to pass through and not obstruct the scenery.

Image: Group (L-R) Ross Drinnan, Chairman Sculpture by the Sea, Councillor James Hayes, Snowy Valleys Council, Alicia Parker, Board Member Sculpture by the Sea, Dr Joe McGirr MP, Member for Wagga Wagga, Artist Kaoru Matsumoto, Cully Reynolds, Student, David Handley, Founding Director Sculpture by the Sea & Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, Leanne Kench, Board Member Adelong Services & Citizens Club. Photo: Roslyn Clare.

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