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  • Bird sculpture by Paul Dibble
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He pārongo atu anōBird sculpture by Paul Dibble

This bronze pīwakawaka is the work of sculptor Paul Dibble. The work, titled Gateway, features a large fantail, perched on a Corten steel base, and references Maui myths, with the pīwakawaka perched on a stylised leafy gate.

The sculpture was temporarily installed at the intersection of Main and Andrew Young streets to complement an art exhibition by the sculptor's wife, Fran Dibble, on display at the nearby Zimmerman Art Gallery.

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Corner of Main Street and Andrew Young Street
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2020

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Bird sculpture by Paul Dibble
'Who's Afraid" sculpture, Broadway
Parking on Broadway Avenue
Sculpture on PN City Council Building"
"Mural & Sculpture Outside Palmerston North City Council Building"
Corner of Coleman Mall and The Square
"Ghost of the Huia" sculpture
The Whatonga sculpture, Te Āpiti - Manawatū Gorge
Square Circular - December 2004
Car in backyard of house
Nga Huruhuru Rangatira public sculpture
Main Street east

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