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    • Inspiration Sparkle!
    • Centenary square woman’s suffrage mosaic.
    • Tree on outskirts of Albert Park that had spread its branches (reaching out).
    • Light coming through the trees in Albert Park . Wethought it was interesting how the light was capturedin the shape of a star or sparkle.
    • One of the trees in Albert Park. We liked the look of thebark.
    • Feathers floating in a fountain in Albert Park.
    • A park bench in Albert Park that we liked the design of.
    • Carving on Chris Booths gateway sculpture to AlbertPark.
    • Chris Booths Gateway Sculpture to Albert Park.
    • The roof at the entrance to the art gallery. This inspired us becauseof its beautiful architecture and its simplified take of a tree.
    • This is Reuben Paterson’s Whakapapa: get down upon yourknees (2009). Which he describes as bringing peopletogether through pattern.
    • A sculpture outside the Auckland Art Gallery. We like the use ofreal branches alongside silk hand made flowers.
    • Colour slides that we made patterns and mixed colours with at the ArtGallery.
    • Reflective boxes were set up in the art gallery to view objects through.We liked the repetitive patterns made when you took photos throughthe viewing area.
    • Tiki stencil wall art on Victoria st.
    • Waharoa or Gateway by Selwyn Muru located in Aotea square. Weliked the look of the sculpture and the idea of using naturalresources.