LORI DAVIS, LARISSE HALL & BROOK WAIMARAMA SANCTUARY
The concept uses art to share and support the conservation goals of the Brook Waimarama Sanctuary. Children have made native birds and insects, or the pests that endanger them, using glow-in-the-dark materials. The works are lit with black light to create 'glowing' nocturnal native wild life, plus the 'fence of protection' to highlight endangered species.
Davis and Hall are Nelson based artists.
Created with help from: Simon Jones (Everything Man), Steve Johnston (Sweet Sounds - Lighting Technician), Tara Beloe (Office Max - Co-ordinated kits for the public), John Young (Volunteer), Jeanna Parker (Volunteer), Martin Swindells (Volunteer) and Gael Thompson
Brook Waimarama Sanctuary: Hudson Dodd (General Manager), Rick Field (Project Co-ordinator and Educator), Jane Stevens, Pam Pope, Pat Morrisey, Bryan and Margaret Hardie Boys, Hans Wiskerke, Mika Verheul, Ann Love, Val Latimer, Claire Williams, Lois Diaper, Sophie Mephan, Yvonne Kyle, Jill Cullen, Emma Kerr-Laurie, Winnie Luthje, Rona Spencer
Schools: Tahunanui Primary, Broadgreen Intermediate, Richmond Primary, Henley School, Nelson College for Girls
Thank you to RESENE paints for supplying Glow in The Dark Paint and the public for participating.