Shag Rock, Sumner Beach

Shag Rock, Sumner Beach

Shag Rock or Rapanui, as it is known to local Maori, was a distinctive landmark which stood at the entrance of the Avon Heathcote Estuary, until it crumbled in the February 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Peter photographed Shag Rock in 2010 while we were in Sumner exploring other artists' galleries. It seems such a shame this prominent old landmark that was one of the oldest in the South Island has been reduced to a pile of rubble. Here is Shag Rock the way we remember it….

Title Shag Rock, Sumner Beach
Artist Peter Geen
Location Sumner Beach, Christchurch, NZ
Medium Acrylic on Canvas
Media Painting
Date October 2013
Size 1015 x 515
Frame Yes
Style Realism
Theme Seascape

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