ANNUAL SCULPTURE EXHIBITION @ ROSBY
One of the largest sculpture exhibitions in rural NSW, Sculptures in the Garden returns to Mudgee for its 7th year, showcasing the very best in local, regional and interstate artists.
Held over 7 – 8 October, Sculptures in the Garden is a not for profit event that combines Australian Sculpture and traditional art mediums in this annual 2-day sculpture exhibition, situated in a private garden within Rosby vineyard.
Paul Selwood, one of Australia's finest abstract sculptors will officially open the exhibition. Works by some of Australia’s most recognised artists will be on display including Mark Titmarsh, VIVID exhibitor Alan Rose, Sculpture By The Sea exhibitors Paul Selwood, John Fitzmaurice and Hui Selwood as well as local artist and former Sculpture By The Sea exhibitor Nigel White. A key highlight during the exhibition will be a discussion panel hosted by Nick Lowther, Chief of Staff at ABC Dubbo taking a seat with Paul and Nigel White, discussing how public art can shape a country town. Other highlights on this year’s program include live music in the garden from Matt Boylan-Smith, garden walks, art tours, Guide Dog puppy demonstrations, Rosby Wine Bar, and the return of the popular Kids Sculpture exhibition.
This iconic event is growing in popularity year-on-year. It offers visitors the opportunity to wander through Rosby's stunning gardens, taking in the breathtaking views of the vineyard + countryside surrounds. Guests can also sample boutique Mudgee wine + regional produce, all the while enjoying the breadth of talent showcased in this expertly curated exhibition.
Proceeds from the weekend exhibition go towards a local arts initiative to create a public art sculpture walk in Mudgee’s Lawson Park with gate and catering revenue go to the Mudgee Support Group of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT