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.
The lush Jamison Valley forms the backbone of the annual Sculpture at Scenic World exhibition, and no effort is spared to preserve the environment which acts as a canvas for dozens of world class artworks each year. We’ve pulled together a list of FAQs to provide a glimpse of what’s involved to maintain the exhibition’s 0% […]
Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition Curator, Justin Morrissey has made his mark on the exhibition since stepping into the role in 2015.Not one to stick to the four white walls of the gallery setting, Morrissey is well acquainted with the ancient rainforest setting, and has a keen eye for detail when it comes to curating […]
The Autumn months bring crisper temperatures, vibrant colours and plenty of reasons to plan a Blue Mountains getaway. From art exhibitions to foodie trails, here are a few must-see attractions that are sure to delight during your next visit.Work up an appetite on the walking trails:Home to ancient landscapes, stunning waterfalls and endless views, the […]
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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