Graham Bennett's sculptures address relationships between people, place and identity. Recognised as one of New Zealand's foremost contemporary sculptors, Bennett has completed numerous large scale public and private commissions.
Mandy Cherry Joass graduated from the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts in 2015 with of a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in sculpture. While studying she won a number of prizes and scholarships.
Bing Dawe engages with pressing environmental issues through his artistic practice. His sculptures point to the impact of urban development and humankind's advancement on native animals and natural habitats. Fish and birds are particularly favoured motifs.