Visitors to be treated to an on-site artist, creating interactive sculptures from old tree trunks

Artist Mark Rosenbrock began his career in cartooning and puppet making. Today, he makes his mark through large scale wood carvings and chainsaw sculptures. His past works include sculptures of Ned Kelly and other figurines, giant goannas and dragons, whales, huge fish, native animals such as wombats, kookaburras and kangaroos and not-so-native movie characters including Shrek and Donkey!

From November 8, through to December 10, 2019 Mark will be on site at Gardens Caravan Park to transform our massive fallen tree trunks into a majestic whale sculpture and swimming seal pups. The trees have come to the end of their life and will take on a whole new purpose as seating and art for visitors to admire and enjoy.

Keep your eyes on our Facebook page for updates on Mark’s progress as he brings this phenomenal project to life.

Guests of the park are invited to come and watch Mark’s incredible skills in chainsaw art and wood carving, however please remain behind the safety barriers at all times! Mark will be working between the hours of 9am to 5pm. This is a great opportunity to visit Gardens Caravan Park and enjoy the art in progress, however if you are at all concerned about the noise from Mark’s chainsaw, please contact our staff or alternatively, we would be pleased to welcome you at one of our sister parks in Port Fairy and surrounds: www.portfairycaravanparks.com.

 

Carving Artist on site at Gardens Caravan Park

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