Freedom-run---Whitehead
Fissure---Ball
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Gena-Rosa---Barnstone
tounge-and-groove---king
Turning-light
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WOLLOMBI VALLEY SCULPTURE FESTIVAL | 14th – 29th September 2024

The Wollombi Valley Sculpture Festival is now a Biennial Event. As with many major Australian and International Exhibitions, the decision has been made to hold our festival every 2 years. The Wollombi Valley Sculpture Biennial will premier in September 2024. Read more…

ARTISTS

Entries open 20th April,close 2nd June.

$42,000 non acquistional
cash prizes to be won.

VOLUNTEERS


ACCOMMODATION

ACCOMMODATION


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
OF COUNTRY

Wollombi was a significant
ceremonial meeting place
for coastal Aboriginal
peoples…

SCULPTURE
CATALOGUE
2022



Photos displayed in header –
1. Run Free – Andrew Whitehead – photo credit Chris Southwood.
2. Fissure – David Ball – photo credit Chris Southwood.

3. Extended Play – Paul Selwood – photo credit Nick Glover.
4. Genna Rosa – Robert Barnstone – first prize 2019 – photo credit Nick Glover.
5. Tongue and Groove – Stephen King – first prize 2020 – photo credit Gay Hodge.
6. Turning Light – James Rogers – first prize 2022 – photo credit Nick Glover.
7. Wollombi Community Hall with the David Ball indoor work – indoor first prize 2022 – photo credit Nick Glover.
8. Stonehurst Gallery – photo with Paul Selwood looking at his sculpture – photo credit Nick Glover.