2014 Exhibition Archive
Held between 24 April – 18 May 2014, the outdoor exhibition provided local, national and international artists an exciting opportunity to exhibit their works within the natural splendour of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.
An independent panel selected 30 artworks by 30 artists to exhibit on the valley floor, and a walk along the elevated boardwalks afforded visitors the opportunity to view world class sculptures in an unparalleled setting.
Angus Adameitis NSW, Australia
Kay Andonopoulos NSW, Australia
Elianna Apostolides NSW, Australia
Paul Begg Blue Mountains, Australia
Bronwyn Berman NSW, Australia
Ana Carter NSW, Australia
Simon Alexander Cook NSW, Australia
Geyer + Culkin Blue Mountains, Australia
Jayanto Damanik NSW, Australia
DoGsWooD NSW, Australia
Roger Foley-Fogg Blue Mountains, Australia
Todd Fuller NSW, Australia
Linda Galbraith NSW, Australia
Hobart Hughes NSW, Australia
Adam James K Blue Mountains, Australia
Zhou Jian-wen, China
Daniel Kojta Blue Mountains, WINNER: Cultural Centre Exhibition Opportunity
Ted Nettle NSW, Australia
Kirsteen Pieterse Hong Kong,
Sandra Pitkin NSW, Australia
Louis Pratt NSW, Australia WINNER: Highly Commended
Deborah Redwood NSW, Australia
Tobias Richardson Blue Mountains, Australia Highly Commended
Morgan Shimeld NSW, Australia
Jacqueline Spedding Blue Mountains, Australia WINNER: Scenic World Major Award
David Sudmalis Blue Mountains, Australia Highly Commended
Marcus Tatton Tasmania, Australia
Henryk Topolnicki Blue Mountains, Australia
Kayo Yokoyama Blue Mountains, Australia
2014 Exhibition Gallery
[L-R] Anthony Bond, Binghui Huangfu and Richard Goodwin.
Anthony Bond OAM
Anthony Bond OAM is a freelance writer and curator. As Director Curatorial at the Art Gallery of NSW (1984-2012), he was responsible for the collection and display of international contemporary art, culminating in the Francis Bacon: Five Decades exhibition.
Binghui is one of the world’s leading curators of contemporary Asian art. Currently she is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the College of Fine Arts within the University of New South Wales and an independent curator working internationally.
Dr Richard Goodwin
Over 30 years as an exhibiting artist and architect, Goodwin has sustained a prolific and award-winning practice provoking boundaries between art and architecture.
Image credits (slider at top): Jacqueline Spedding, Transcend; Louis Pratt, A Backwards Attitude; Daniel Kojta, Please keep hands in the vehicle at all times.