Sunscope Sunrise

Sunrise aligned through the wonderful Sunscope

This sculpture created by Vesica Aotearoa can be found on Napier's waterfront near the Veronica Sun Bay

Sunscope Sunrise

This sculpture created by Vesica Aotearoa is installed at Napier's waterfront each year for the Art Deco Festival

Sunscope Sunrise

This sculpture created by Vesica Aotearoa is installed at Napier's waterfront each year for the Art Deco Festival

Sunscope Sunrise Mono

A monochrome version of a sunrise aligned through the wonderful Sunscope

This sculpture created by Vesica Aotearoa can be found on Napier's waterfront near the Veronica Sun Bay

The Daily Telegraph

A fiery sunset (and departing seagull) over the beautiful Art Deco Daily Telegraph building in Napier, Hawke's Bay

Napier Lights

Lights from passing vehicles on Napier's Marine Parade at night with The Dome and Masonic Hotel buildings

Blue Side Door

A beautiful old door framed by lead-light windows

Verdigris

The beautiful side doors on the Hawke's Bay Museum, once the main entrance

Verdigris II

The beautiful side doors on the Hawke's Bay Museum, once the main entrance

Wave Back

The boy across the street from Shiela and Raven

From "A Wave in Time" Napier's Emerson Street

Sheila

"A Wave in Time" from Napier's Emerson Street

The first installation was commissioned in 2009. The statue is modelled on Miss Sheila Williams, daughter of E A Williams of the notable architects of the era. Miss Williams will be familiar to many people in Hawke’s Bay - she led the "New Napier Week Carnival" in January 1933 to celebrate the town's recovery from the earthquake

Classic And Iconic

A classic motorcycle with Napier's iconic Dome building in the background

Sheila & Raven

"A Wave in Time" from Napier's Emerson Street

The first installation was commissioned in 2009. The statue is modelled on Miss Sheila Williams, daughter of E A Williams of the notable architects of the era. Miss Williams will be familiar to many people in Hawke’s Bay - she led the "New Napier Week Carnival" in January 1933 to celebrate the town's recovery from the earthquake

National Tobacco

Beautiful exquisite rose motifs and subtle vine patterning of its facade as well as the rows of perfectly receding rectangular forms. Through the door is a sumptuous marble interior

The National Tobacco Company building, like much of the city of Napier, was built to replace an earlier building after a devastating earthquake hit the town in 1931

1937 Cord Beverly

A beautiful car on show at Napier's Art Deco weekend