Travelling to Peru in 2012 was such an epic adventure and bucket list item. I trekked to Machu Picchu and raised funds for Black Dog Institute
. I’ve always loved the latino culture and quickly embraced the Peruvian cultures and their vast history of stories and traditions. I loved learning about the Quechuan people and seeing their marks left across the land. The thing that stood out the most was the apacheta. A series of stones in a sculpture like structure. I left one of these on a high pass, 4400m along the Lares Valley route in memory of my grandmother and the adventure we took on.
It’s so wonderful to see another organisation that I care so much about showcasing the apachetas and supporting the people of Peru. World Vision Australia
(WVA) is partnering with Melbourne artist, Ross Miller, on a pop-up art exhibition
of Peruvian inspired sculptures at…