Inge King Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice 3/5

Inge King

David Stott The star that fell to earth

The star that fell to earth

David Stott

Chris Fussell Kookaburra


Chris Fussell

Edward Milan Think Engine

Think Engine

Contrary Man (large)

Edward Milan

Will Maguire

Philippa Graham The Entreaty

The Entreaty

Philippa Graham

Susan Dorothea White Stretching the Imagination

Stretching the Imagination

Susan Dorothea White

Annie Herron The Interloper

The Interloper

Annie Herron

Amanda Harrison High Flyer

High Flyer 7/10

Amanda Harrison

Felicity Cavanough Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Felicity Cavanough

My Hanging Garden

Gerdi Schumacher

Sculptors, please make preparations for Sculpture on the Farm 2019

A celebration of Australian sculpture in a rural setting

Well, what an overwhelming success it was – the first ever Sculpture on the Farm! We were blown away that over 2200 of you art-lovers, explorers, locals and visitors alike joined us in 2018 for Sculpture on the Farm. And we are warming up to curate and celebrate another big year of Australian sculpture adorning the Dungog countryside.


Visitors in 2018

For those of you who missed out last year, let us carve out the scene.  The galleries, gardens and paddocks beamed with a splendid display of sculptural delights at every turn.  The young, the old, those from afar and close by, were treated to a hundred works from well known local Hunter Valley artists as well as sculptors from right up and down the eastern seaboard, from Australia’s renowned artists and exciting talent from emerging sculptors. Strolling the paddocks, sipping a coffee or a cool drink, it was a wonderful way to take in the creative talents of the artists.

For all the sculptors out there, get yourselves into the studio, off to the foundry, fire up those kilns, don your welding masks, hammers and tongs at the ready…. and start making. Expressions of Interest Now Open. The deadline for applications is 20 May 2019. This is your chance to exhibit in a huge open-air gallery in idyllic pastoral surrounds.

Paddocks freshly mown will become home for the monumental works, the picturesque and heavenly scented gardens will be home for smaller outdoor works and the large Main House Gallery shows off the indoor works to their best. Could it be the Tractor Shed that provides that large space for a surprise feature work?

What we are about

Sculpture on the Farm Inc has a mission to engage with sculptors, the local Dungog community and the wider public to encourage participation in and understanding of the arts, in particular sculpture.

As part of our mission, we hold sculpture exhibitions and other events in the Dungog region. We are a not-for-profit organisation committed to making a lasting contribution by donating public art for the Dungog community and visitors to our region to enjoy.

dungog festival

Sculpture on the Farm will again be held proudly as part of the Dungog Festival – a celebration of the arts, local food and rural life. The exciting 2019 Dungog Festival program is being developed now and will provide a raft of opportunities for visitors to Dungog and Dungog locals to enjoy a fabulous October long weekend.

2018 Sculpture on the Farm Catalogue

Please enjoy reviewing these sensational works by Australian Sculptors.
Some works still available – please contact Philippa Graham

Our supporters

Sculpture on the Farm is grateful to have received support from the following sponsors:

NSW Government

Crawfords Casting
Farmers Warehouse
The Bloomfield Group
The Sculptors Society

We look forward to welcoming new supporters this year.

Contact us to help make the magic of Sculpture on the Farm again in 2019.