Sculpture find success in the fresh country air
Dream became reality when Philippa Graham founded the not-for-profit community focussed Sculpture on the Farm Inc in 2018. Committed to creating projects that build and nurture community, Sculpture on the Farm is dedicated to the participation in and understanding of the arts, for people of all ages.
Sculptors, sightseers, sponsors and sales flourished at "Fosterton", both in 2018, 2019 and again in Sculpture on the Farm 2021ONLINE.
Sculpture for Dungog
Discover the sculptural works of six Australian sculptors in the town of Dungog and along the trails and creeks of the Dungog Common.
Sowelu is finding wholeness and completeness within whom we are and how we interact and connect with others.
2021 Jen Mallinson - Sowelu Two - Dungog Common
Sculpture on the farm is committed to the enhancement of the cultural fabric of Dungog and the Hunter Valley, for the locals and for all those who visit this special region.
Through the values of creativity and innovation, which the arts inspire, Sculpture on the Farm provides opportunities for sculptors to display and sell their works.
For all who view the sculptures, whether On The Farm or ONLINE, the opportunity to grow an understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of the sculpture abounds.
Chair & Curator | Sculpture on the Farm Inc.
After a short walk along Common Creek opposite Gate 4, you will encounter " A Thought is a Ripple" in the Dungong Common made possible by Sculpture on the Farm and Create NSW.
2021 Gavin Vitullo - A Thought is a Ripple - Dungog Common
Works by Jimmy Rix are exemplars of his sense of humor and his engagement with Australiana
2021 Jimmy Rix - Kelpie - Dungog Visitor Information Center
This represents mankind trying to maintain the environment, growth and sustainability, and how we are bending under the pressure of trying to balance all three.
2019 Bob Teasdale - Entwined - Dungog Common
Theatre of the Shadow infers an ambiguity between shadow and reflection.
2019 Peter Tilley - Theatre of the Shadow - will be installed within the Dungog Library precinct
This work backons one to immerse oneself, to focus one's view of tyhe expansive Australian sky in a moment of isolation. As one projects one's head through the portal one sees Nothin' but Sky