Greywacke has almost never been used for sculpture because it is often fractured, and difficult to carve with hand tools. However, modern power tools were used for this sculpture at Wellington’s Owhiro Bay, proving that hard rock such as greywacke can be effectively shaped.
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Photograph by Simon Nathan
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