Take a walk and discover the carved sandstone sculptures in the park.

•    What are seed pods?
•    Did you know all of these sculptures represent indigenous seedpods of plants that are growing in the local area?
•    Look around the lake. How many sculptures can you find?
•    Do you know what material the sculptures are made from?
•    What technique has been used to create these sculptures?
•    Why do you think seed pods come in so many different shapes and sizes?
•    What is the connection between nature and art in this sculpture project?

Questions to consider after engaging with the sculptures
•    Which is your favourite sculpture and why?
•    Which is the easiest sculpture to sit in/on?
•    What are some of the different shaped sculptures you have discovered?
•    What is something that all the sculptures have in common? (they are all seed pods of indigenous plants growing in the local area)
•    Did you also notice that each of the seedpod sculptures is designed so they can hold water in some way?
•    What type of indigenous plants do you recognise or have growing in your backyard/school garden or local area?

More information about the project can be found in the catalogue which is available to download here. 

This project was funded through the City of the Arts Project and Blue Mountains City Council. We acknowledge the artists, New South Wales Government - Ministry for the Arts, Blue Mountains Organic Community Gardens and Nepean Community College for their contributions.