The Sculpture Exhibition is in the Central Boulevard of the beautiful Carlton Gardens. During the show, artists will be on site to explain their work and to answer any questions. All sculptures are for sale.
Matt Hill from Matt Hill Projects welding the preformed metal pieces to create his hippopotamus.
The finished pieces, mother hippopotamus with its baby.
Paul Cacioli, blacksmith, using hammer and anvil to fire-weld Suzie’s tail.
The finished sculpture Suzie.
Jake Mikoda working in his Tasmanian studio making the clay model of the Tasmanian Tiger which will eventually be used to create the bronze sculpture.
The finished bronze of the Tasmanian Tiger.
Entries are now closed for sculptors for the 2019 ASV Exhibition at the 2019 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
Last year’s Sculpture exhibition was quite spectacular.
We had 125 sculptures entered by 65 artists. The range and beauty of the entries was really inspiring.
The exhibition is in the Central Boulevard. During the exhibition, artists will be on site to explain their work and to answer any questions. All sculptures are for sale.
The Association of Sculptors Victoria (ASV) is a not for profit association providing individual artist with the opportunity to interact with sculptors of various skill levels across a host of media. The ASV coordinates four major exhibitions annually for artists to exhibit and sell their sculptures. Through these exhibitions and other ASV activities the member artists are also exposed to influential and noted members of the art community.