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Michael Purdy ‘Dancing Branches”


Sculpture in the Valley 2022, Kangaroo Valley, NSW biennial sculpture exhibition. Sculpture in the Valley 2021 has been postponed until 26th March to 3rd April 2022.



It is with regret that we inform you that Sculpture in the Valley 2021 has been postponed  until 26th March to 3rd April 2022.


The monitoring of the COVID situation and concerns for the safety of our sculptors, volunteers and general public has driven this decision.


An enormous amount of work and time has been given to the preparation for Sculpture in the Valley 2021 and we thank every sculptor and volunteer for their support and commitment.  Your contribution to Sculpture in the Valley is highly valued and much appreciated


Congratulations to the sculptors who were selected for Sculpture in the Valley 2021 and we look forward to exhibiting their work in 2022.


New Date: 26th March - 3rd April 2022

Venue: Graystone Grange, Bellawongarah


Hopefully, 2022 will be a better and safer year for people to cross borders and gather together.  We look forward to seeing everyone at Sculpture in the Valley 2022 and viewing impressive sculptural works in-situ again.


Save the date and stay safe    


location & dates

Sculpture in the Valley 2022 will be held at a beautiful property Graystone Grange, Kangaroo Valley Road, Bellawongarah. The exhibition will run over two weekends, Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th March and Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd &Sunday 3rd.

Returning as Director of Sculpture in the Valley 2022 is Colleen Fry. In 2022 we welcome David Ball as the exhibition curator. Judges for the prizes will be leading public art sculptor Jennifer Turpin and one of Australia's best-known critics and Sydney Morning Herald columnist John McDonald.


David Ball 'Orb'


Ella Szpindler 'Tzigane'


Sculpture in the Valley is part of the not-for-profit organisation Arts in the Valley also known as the Kangaroo Valley Arts Festival. Sculpture in the Valley presents a biennial exhibition of inspiring sculptural works set in the beautiful escarpment surrounds of Kangaroo Valley. The exhibition offers an intimate rural setting and expansive valley views for outdoor sculpture and a professional exhibition space for indoor sculpture works.

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Enquiries regarding Sculpture in the Valley, please contact


Colleen Fry, Sculpture Director & Curator:

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