3 - 5 May 2019, Cedar Grove, 189 Jarretts Lane, Kangaroo Valley NSW
Sculpture in the Valley Prize Winners
Outdoor Sculpture Prize $15,000
winner Michael Purdy ‘Dancing Branches”
Outdoor Sculpture People’s Choice Prize $3,000
winner Thomas Westra “ Feeling Free’
Indoor Sculpture Prize $5,000
winner Bree Cribbins “Soul”
Indoor Sculpture People’s Prize $2,000
winner Ulan Murray and Rachel Burns “Grand Umbra”
Congratulations to all exhibiting sculptors for exhibiting their work in Sculpture in the Valley 2019.
Sculpture in the Valley presents an exhibition of inspiring sculptural works of art set in the grounds of Ceder Grove, 189 Jarretts Lane, a beautiful private house in Kangaroo Valley. Cedar Grove offers both an intimate rural setting and expansive valley views for the outdoor sculpture and a professional exhibition space for the indoor exhibition.
Exhibits are submitted by artists from all over New South Wales as well as many talented local artists. Each exhibit is set to best advantage amongst the trees and grounds of this stunning local property. Visitors can nominate their favourite for a chance to win the People's Choice Award. The exhibition is gaining in popularity with numbers of visitors growing steadily. with each exhibition.
Total prize money has been increased to $30,000
Michael Purdy, Outdoor Winner; Jennifer Turpin, Judge; Akky van Ogtrop, Judge; Colleen Fry, Director and Curator SITV; Bree Cribbin, Indoor Winner
Michael Le Grand, Sonia Payes, David Ball and Michael Purdy
Sculpture in the Valley 2019 Judges
Jennifer Turpin is Co-founder and Director