At first glance, it’s almost like an apparition: an enormous gnome with a shiny, mirror-like finish, standing sentry at the side of the highway. Racing by in your car, he’s gone in a flash, a moment of wonder in an otherwise stock-standard drive.
That’s part of the joy of highway art – before you’ve really had time to process what you’re looking at, it’s gone.
By Auckland-based sculptor Gregor Kregar, the nine-metre-high gnome, titled Reflective Lullaby, was created as part of the McClelland Commission, a public/private initiative established in 2013 between Peninsula Link company Southern Way and the McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery.

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