Sculpture on the Farm is a biennial sculpture exhibition held at "Fosterton", Dungog, NSW Australia.
Established and emerging Australian sculptors will display up to 150 works in the galleries, gardens and paddocks of this picturesque rural cattle property. As in previous exhibitions we will be seeking to attract      works by some of Australia's most eminent sculptors.

2023 Exhibition Details

Friday 29 September
Preview and Gala Opening

Saturday 30 September -
Monday 1 October

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Allusive Object (in red) by Braddon Snape. 2021 $5,000 RUPIO Prize for Metallurgical
Excellence 2021 & $1,000 Prize for Innovation

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Pleaching by Patricia Wilson Adams.      $2,000 Prize for  Excellence in a Timber work

The 2023 exhibition will be back on the farm and our 2023 e-catalogue will go live in mid-September 2023.  Online and On the Farm sales will commence on the evening of Friday 29 September. Sculpture on the Farm is committed to making an enduring contribution to the Dungog community by providing prize winning sculpture for public display following each exhibition.

2022 ONLINE

The inaugural exhibition of works by Prize and Award Winners is now LIVE through the e-catalogue. We hope you enjoy viewing these works.

This is a rare opportunity to purchase some of these unique works. The 2022ONLINE catalogue will be live until the end of December 2022.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Sculpture on The Farm honours and acknowledges the Gringai people, the traditional Custodians of this land of wooded hills, forest, streams, and river valleys.

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