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He pārongo atu anō"Ghost of the Huia" by Paul Dibble

Paul Dibble’s Ghost of the Huia sculpture is a tribute to the memory of the extinct huia. A unique native bird, the last confirmed sighting of a live huia was in the Tararua ranges in 1907. The sculpture was created in 2010 and installed the following year by Dibble Art Studio and Zimmerman Art Gallery. The huia is made of bronze, and the base of the sculpture is made from Corten steel.

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"Ghost of the Huia" by Paul Dibble
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"Ghost of the Huia" by Paul Dibble
"Dancing in the street".
"Ghost of the Huia" by Paul Dibble
Nga Huruhuru Rangatira public sculpture
All Creatures Great, Paul Dibble
"Body Language - Spirit of Place" sculpture
Nga Huruhuru Rangatira public sculpture
Sculpture: Body Language - Spirit of Place
All Creatures Great sculpture wrapped for protection during Central Library refurbishment
"Nash and Johnston" Posing with Sculpture
"Pacific Monarch" by Paul Dibble
The Square, 1964

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
The Square, Palmerston North
Te rā
September 29, 2018

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Palmerston North City Library

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"Ghost of the Huia" by Paul Dibble
"Dancing in the street".
"Ghost of the Huia" by Paul Dibble
Nga Huruhuru Rangatira public sculpture
All Creatures Great, Paul Dibble
"Body Language - Spirit of Place" sculpture
Nga Huruhuru Rangatira public sculpture
Sculpture: Body Language - Spirit of Place
All Creatures Great sculpture wrapped for protection during Central Library refurbishment
"Nash and Johnston" Posing with Sculpture
"Pacific Monarch" by Paul Dibble
The Square, 1964

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