Book an online visit to Dungog and explore Sculpture on the Farm Online | 1 - 10 Oct

Now exclusively online, Sculpture on the Farm unfortunately won't be in Dungog in 2021. However, if you still want to catch all the incredible sculptures that the organisors have been working tirelessly at to bring to the region you're invited to go Online for an artistic experience with a difference.

From mid-September you will be able to find your favourite sculpture piece in the online catalogue including; 

  • 150 sculptures by 73 of Australia's leading and emerging sculptors and
  • 75 Outdoor and 75 Indoor works.

Sales commence online from Friday 1st October. 

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M-twentythree by James Parrett

Dream became reality when Philippa Graham founded the not-for-profit community driven Sculpture on the Farm Inc in 2018.

Sculpture on the Farm is all about creating projects that build and nurture community, founded by Philippa Graham in 2018, Philippa went about banding together some of her Dungog Shire and Sydney friends to deliver the inaugural exhibition on that October long weekend.

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M-twentythree by James Parrett
Opening the doors to their cattle property “Fosterton”, Philippa and her husband John, welcomed more than 2000 visitors who explored not only the splendour of sculpture but the stunning rural landscape that it was located within.

Preparations are now underway for Sculpture on the Farm 2021 and this year it will be all about showcasing Australian sculptors.

This year the sculptures will be displayed in the paddocks and gardens of “Fosterton” which is situated in the Williams River Valley as well as galleries in the township of Dungog including; Gallery on Dowling, the Royal Hotel, and Dungog By Design.

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Bathing Women - Melting Pool 2 by Hugh McLachlan

Previous years have attracted an impressive lineup of Australian sculptors including; Inge King, Jimmy Rix, Peter Tilley, Braddon Snape, Hugh McLachlan, Jane Dawson, and emerging sculptors including Carolyn Rendle and Ionas Kaltenbach. Due to the growing reputation of this event not only have we had an oversubscription of entries but also a large number of sculptures entering for the first time. 

In 2021 Sculpture on the Farm are excited to announce that judges for this years event will be Steven Alderton, Director and CEO of the National Art School, Sydney and Gerry Bobsien, Director of the Maitland Regional Art Gallery.

Sculpture on the Farm

Date: 1 - 10 October
More Info: click here