The Committee of Sculpture on the Farm are inviting their friends and supporters of SOF to ‘REVISIT’.
“At this time last year we the Committee of the SOF, we were busily running our second Sculpture on the Farm exhibition…. all in the middle of one of the worst recorded droughts… but little did we know what would be ahead for us all! Time has flown and so much has changed. Dungog is a picture of green pastures and full dams and… we are all learning to live with Covid. Meanwhile, the SOF Committee is optimistically looking forward to SOF 2021 and welcoming you back to ‘Fosterton’ for the 2021 October long weekend.
Over the last six months nearly all cultural exhibitions have been cancelled and our Sculptors, like so many in the arts, are looking at ways to exhibit their work. Philippa has been discussing a project with many of the exhibiting sculptors and we are now very excited to announce, ‘REVISIT Sculpture on the Farm ONLINE in October’. More than 50 works by 20 sculptors will form part of ‘REVISIT Sculpture on the Farm ONLINE in October’.
‘REVISIT’ our 2018 Exhibition catalogue to find Lee Blattmann’s stainless steel, ceramic and acrylic Crystal Consonance and Jenny Green’s fluid work Let’s Dance. ‘REVISIT’ our 2019 catalogue to view Feyona van Stom’s curvaceous figures, Hugh McLachlan’s powerful stainless steel work Narcissus Reflecting or works by our Acquisitive Prize winners Braddon Snape and Peter Tilley.
Again, thanks to Australian Galleries and the King family we are fortunate to have access to works by the late Inge King. We are grateful to the galleries who represent some of our sculptors, including May Space and Traffic Jam Galleries. We are thrilled to be able to present their works for sale.
Sculptures which are available, including limited editions and iterations of works from both 2018 and 2019 catalogues will be listed for sale on line at Sculpture on the Farm for the month of October 2020. ”
Media release and logo are courtesy of the committee of Sculpture on the Farm.