Sculture in the Garden launches in ACT, all works displayed can be bought - Art Collector

Philip Spelman, Tête-à-Tête, 2012. Fabricated steel and automotive paint, 390 x 220 x 220cm. Courtesy: the artist and Sculpture in the Garden, Australian Capital Territory

16 October 2013 | Over 30 sculptors from around Australia are taking part in the inaugural Sculpture in the Gardens exhibition. It opens this Saturday in the Lambrigg gardens, located south of Canberra, and all works displayed are available for purchase.

Curated by Canberra landscape architect Neil Hobbs, the exhibition will showcase monumental and smaller-scale works in a setting with intimate formal garden spaces and wide views that sweep down to the Murrumbidgee River.


Rosalind Lemoh, Wax and Wane, 2013. Cast concrete, gold leaf and aluminium, 95 x 85 x 26cm. Courtesy: the artist and Sculpture in the Garden, Australian Capital Territory

Exhibiting artists include Louis Pratt, Philip Spelman, Michael le Grand, Karena Keys, John Topfer and Nick Stranks. Sculpture in the Garden runs from Saturday 19 October until Sunday 20 October in the Lambrigg gardens in the ACT.


Alexandra Djurichkovic



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