theatre of shadow sculpture

Theatre of the Shadow by Peter Tilley

Congratulations to the 2019 Prize Winners

Sculpture on the Farm Acquisitive Prize – $15,000 won by Peter Tilley, Theatre of the Shadow
RUPIO Prize for Metallurgical Excellence – $5,000 won by Hugh McLachlan, Narcissus Reflecting
Innovation Prize – $100 won by Shannon Stone, Discarded
Sculpture on the Farm People’s Choice Award – $500 won by Sam Anderson, Dusty Days in the Saddle
The Sculptors Society Prize for an Indoor Work – $300 won by Carolyn Rendle, Scents of Self
Local Dungog Artist Prize – $500 won by Kay Sheeley, Equilibrium

Sculpture on the Farm Judging Panel 2019

The three judges, all with a strong commitment to the arts in regional communities, were:

Julian Beaumont, a generous benefactor of the arts, has served on the Boards of the National Art School, Artbank and Artspace and is currently on the Board of the National Gallery of Australia Foundation. He judged the National Sculpture Prize, ArtsCape and Sculpture Inside.

Kevin Norton, a recognised established sculptor and teacher of sculpture and drawing at Wollongong College of Art.

Coralie Nichols, a leader in development of local communities, past General Manager, Dungog Shire Council has worked in NSW, the NT and Queensland predominantly in local government and the not-for-profit sector.

Photography by David Oliver

Sculpture on the Farm Judging Panel 2018

The three judges, all with a strong commitment to the arts in regional communities, were:

Brigette Uren, Director of the Maitland Regional Art Gallery, highly regarded as a relationship builder who achieves win-win outcomes for the regional communities she serves.

Paul Selwood, based in Wollombi, is one of Australia’s pre-eminent sculptors, creating beautifully fluid, complex works, often from a single sheet of steel, through his cut and fold technique.

Coralie Nichols, a leader in development of local communities, past General Manager, Dungog Shire Council has worked in NSW, the NT and Queensland predominantly in local government and the not-for-profit sector.

Come to the Dungog Shire to enjoy our celestial aura through this work!