Back on the Farm in 2025

Sculpture on the Farm Dungog will be back on the farm on the October long weekend at 'Fosterton' in 2025.


It's a wrap for 2023

Preview and Gala Opening

A splendid event celebrated by sculptors, benefactors, supporters, friends and visitors to 'Fosterton' for the first time.

Exhibition Open

Look forward to seeing you in 2025

Bump Out

Thanks to the many Sculpture on the Farm volunteers we dispatched most of the sculptures, many to their new homes.


2023 Prize Winners - $70,000 in Prizes

3 Acquisitive Prizes

CThe following works will be donated to:
Dungog Common Recreation Reserve - "Collecting fur to line the nest 2" Cat No. 48 by Jimmy Rix $20,000
Gresford District Community Group - "Kangaroo and Honeyeater" Cat No. 30 by Jimmy Rix  $20,000
Dungog Shire Council - "UFO Utopia" Cat No. 47 by Nigel Dobson $15,000

Prizes by popular vote

$500 People’s Choice Prize for Outdoor Work - "Requiem" Cat No. 5 by Ulan & Rachel
$500 People’s Choice Prize for Indoor Work - "Indultado" Cat No. 130 by Michael Farris

Excellence Prizes selected by our Judges Geoffrey Edwards and Gerry Bobsien

$5,000 RUPIO Prize for Excellence in a Metallurgical Work - "Dome Influence Struggles" Cat No. 141 by Will Maguire
$2,000 Prize for Excellence in a Timber Work - "Nothing has been said" Cat No. 142 by Anna Dudek
$2,000 Prize for Excellence in a Stone Work - "Prancer" Cat No. 29 by Nicole O'Regan
$2,000 Prize for Innovation Excellence - "Carbon Capture" Cat No.65 by Catherine Kingsmill
$2,000 Prize for an Indoor Work of Excellence - "Act of Suppression (Double Whammy)" Cat No. 154 by Braddon Snape
$500 Prize for Dungog Shire Artist Prize - "The Noble Stag" Cat No. 35 by Liam McIntyre

2023 Judges

Gerry Bobsien

Dr Gerry Bobsien

Dr Gerry Bobsien is Director, Maitland Regional Art Gallery. She has worked across leadership and curatorial roles at the National Gallery of Australia, Newcastle Art Gallery, and the Lock-Up and has provided public art curatorial services for several organisations.

Geoffrey Edwards is a curatorial consultant, lecturer and writer. Formerly, he was Director of the Geelong Art Gallery, one of Victoria’s oldest and largest regional galleries, and prior to that role he was Senior Curator of Sculpture at the National Gallery of Victoria. Among other affiliations, he is a member of the national advisory panel for Sydney-based Sculpture by the Sea and is adviser to the Melbourne philanthropists John and Pauline Gandel in respect of their celebrated Pt Leo Estate Sculpture Park on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.

Geoffrey Edwards

Geoffrey Edwards

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