Sculptures in the Garden - Call for Works - Media Release

CALL FOR WORKS

SCULPTURES IN THE GARDEN 2014

 

One of the largest sculpture exhibitions in rural NSW, Sculptures in the Garden 2014 has issued an open call for submissions from artists.

Held over Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 October 2014, the not for profit outdoor exhibition features local, regional and interstate artists.

Event organizer, Amber Norton-Knight, says Sculptures in the Garden 2014 provides artists with an exquisite avenue to exhibit their works.

Sculptures in the Garden 2014 is set in beautiful rural surroundings within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee, NSW,” Amber said.

“We anticipate more than 2,000 visitors will attend the exhibition over the weekend, providing huge exposure for the artists

“It’s also very likely that they will sell their work. Last year, Sculptures in the Garden displayed over 150 sculptures and more than 60% were sold.”

All proceeds from the weekend exhibition go to the Mudgee Support Group of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT and a local arts initiative to develop a sculpture walk in Mudgee’s Lawson Park.

“Last year, we raised more than $19,000 for the Mudgee Support Group for Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, which was a huge achievement.

 This year, Sculptures in the Garden, with funding assistance from Mid-Western Regional Council, will purchase sculptures from the exhibition up to the value of $11,000, to add to the local sculpture walk,” Amber said.

Other honours will be bestowed upon artists in the form of a People’s Choice Award and $5,000 Moolarben Acquisition Prize.

There is no entry fee for artists to exhibit at the event. The submissions deadline is Friday 12th September 2014. Entry forms can be downloaded from the Sculptures in the Garden website; www.sculpturesinthegarden.com.au.

 

* EVENT DETAILS *

October 11 – 12, 9am – 4pm

Kay & Gerald Norton-Knight’s garden ‘Rosby’

122 Strikes Lane, Eurunderee, Mudgee

Phone 02 6373 3856

info@rosby.com.au

www.sculpturesinthegarden.com.au

 

   Equine Famine    By Christie Robertson & Nancy Niven              Photographer: Amber Hooper

Equine Famine By Christie Robertson & Nancy Niven            Photographer: Amber Hooper

 

   Kern    by Al Phemister

Kern by Al Phemister

 

 

   Trouble at the Vatican    by Nigel White        Photographer: Amber Hooper

Trouble at the Vatican by Nigel White    Photographer: Amber Hooper


 Pegasus by Tobais Bennett   Photographer: Amber Hooper

Pegasus by Tobais Bennett  Photographer: Amber Hooper


For further interview opportunities, high-res photos or other media requests, call Amber Norton-Knight on 0414 942 917 or email amber@rosby.com.au.