12 April – 12 May 2019
Sculpture at Scenic World is Australia’s premier outdoor sculpture exhibition which transforms the ancient rainforest into an outdoor gallery in the heart of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Each year exhibiting artists continue to inspire us with their creations which capture the imaginations of young and old.
Escape the city and reconnect with nature in new ways this autumn. Featuring world class art over five weekends, Sculpture at Scenic World provides the perfect excuse for a weekend getaway to make the most of your Blue Mountains discovery.
Scenic World’s annual art exhibition, Sculpture at Scenic World, has cemented its position as Australia’s premier regional outdoor art exhibition, attracting record visitor numbers to the Blue Mountains in a welcome boost for the NSW visitor economy.Drawing to a close on May 12, the four-week exhibition brought visitors from across the globe to the Blue […]
From a young age our desire to have ownership over our own space is engrained into us and as we get older owning our own property is a widely celebrated milestone. Sydney artist Anne Levitch draws on this idea of ownership in her Sculpture at Scenic World piece Turf Wars; an artwork she hopes will […]
There is more to local Blue Mountains artist Georgina Galea’s artwork, Y? than first meets the eye. Wrapped in meaning and symbolism, Y? draws the viewer’s attention to the importance of language and leaves them asking ‘why?’. Growing up as a first-generation Australian Georgina was not taught to speak Maltese, the native language of her […]
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Artwork credits from top: Noah Birch, dissonance field 2018; Nick Warfield , Calling upon the Owl, 2018. Photo credit: A Shot Above Photography