Mahara Sculpture Park and Pottery
Welcome to the website of  Mahara Sculpture Park and Pottery, a magical and supremely peaceful haven in 10 acres of loveliness set in the Tapu Valley, right in the heart of the Coromandel Peninsula, just a few kilometers north of Thames.  A piece of paradise combining a blend of the manicured with more than a touch of the wild side, the result of years of dedication and vision by Heather Chesterman it’s creator. Some of the features you will enjoy: Heathers working pottery along with a myriad of her unique creations A 7 circuit Cretan Labyrinth to centre yourself The Willow Dome The Stone Circle, particularly haunting and beautiful on a full moon night Easy Bush Walks through tree fern forests with eclectic works of art, all with just enough “wild” to know you are here and immersed in the experience Glorious gardenscapes filled with unique pottery, sculpture, water features and room to spread out Organic and powerful works sculpted on site in the Hammer Dome A Swing with a view, such a view....... The feeling of being refreshed, enhanced and at peace. All of this and more cradled within the forested hills of the Tapu Valley, overlooked by the majestic Maumaupaki  “The mountain that entraps fair skies”,  source of much creative inspiration and daily enjoyment Heather trusts that from these pages you get a “feel” for Mahara and are able to make the space in your life to come and share the experience of this magic spot, walk the ways and leave refreshed. News Briefs: * A new sculpture gallery is currently being created for stone sculptures featuring Dragons. * Web site updated May 30th. * Last Blog update May 2017 Please note that when visiting Mahara you are visiting a private garden, our home, crafted to how the vision of the moment so moves us and as such we offer no responsibility for the quality or safety of your visit. It is magical, peaceful and holds a lovely energy but at all times you are responsible for yourself and in particular any children that accompany you, they are to be under your supervision and responsibility at all times.
MAHARA The Unique Sculpture Park and Pottery Tapu-Coroglen Road 4.3km from Tapu on the Thames Coast. Phone 07 868 4817 OPEN daily from 10am
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Welcome to the website of  Mahara Sculpture Park and Pottery, a magical and supremely peaceful haven in 10 acres of loveliness set in the Tapu Valley, right in the heart of the Coromandel Peninsula, just a few kilometers north of Thames.  A piece of paradise combining a blend of the manicured with more than a touch of the wildside, the result of years of dedication and vision by Heather Chesterman. Some of the features you will enjoy: Heathers working pottery along with a myriad of her unique creations A 7 circuit Cretan Labyrinth to centre yourself The Willow Dome The Stone Circle, particularly haunting and beautiful on a full moon night Easy Bush Walks through tree fern forests with eclectic works of art, all with just enough “wild” to know you are here and immersed in the experience Glorious gardenscapes filled with unique pottery, sculpture, water features and room to spread out Organic and powerful works sculpted on site in the Hammer Dome A Swing with a view, such a view....... The feeling of being refreshed, enhanced and at peace. All of this and more cradled within the forested hills of the Tapu Valley, overlooked by the majestic Maumaupaki “The mountain that entraps fair skies”, source of much creative inspiration and daily enjoyment Heather trusts that from these pages you get a “feel” for Mahara and are able to make the space in your life to come and share the experience of this magic spot, walk the ways and leave refreshed. News Briefs: * A new sculpture gallery is currently being created for stone sculptures featuring Dragons. * Heather is currently working on a series of exotic torso sculptures for the gardens. * Last Blog update April 2017 Please note that when visiting Mahara you are visiting a private garden, our home, crafted to how the vision of the moment so moves us and as such we offer no responsibility for the quality or safety of your visit. It is magical, peaceful and holds a lovely energy but at all times you are responsible for yourself and in particular any children that accompany you, they are to be under your supervision and responsibility at all times.
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MAHARA The Unique Sculpture Park and Pottery Tapu-Coroglen Road 4.3km from Tapu on the Thames Coast. Phone 07 868 4817 OPEN daily from 10am
Mahara Sculpture Park and Pottery