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Experience a picnic lunch in the National Gallery Sculpture Garden, one of Canberra’s much-loved outdoor destinations. Designed in concert with the four seasons, the Sculpture Garden features over 20 different sculptures by Australian and International artists located around the iconic garden spanning from the Gallery’s North to the Canberra’s scenic Lake Burley Griffin.
The Summer Art Feast Package includes:
You can choose a range of locations to experience the Summer Art Feast including Clement Meadmore's Virginia 1970 defying gravity in the Spring Garden, sit in the shadow of Bert Flugelman's seven Cones 1982 reflecting and distorting the ground, sky and surrounding vegetation of the Summer Garden, enjoy Antony Gormley's Angelof the North (life-sized maquette) 1996 overlooking Lake Burley Griffin in the Winter Garden, or lounge on the grassed terraces of the Australia Garden, while looking longingly at George Baldesin's elegant and slightly surreal still life. Pears - versions number 21973.
Image Credit: Clement Meadmore, Virginia, 1970, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 1973 © Meadmore Sculptures, LLC. VAGA/Copyright Agency, 2020
Valid for new bookings only. Valid for travel until 31 March 2021.
Wednesday, 23 December 2020 to Wednesday, 31 March 2021