The Sculpture Exhibition is located in the Sculpture Precinct. We will have scheduled art demonstration (schedule to be published shortly) from artists showing different aspects of creating a sculpture. The traditional lime stone carving demonstration will also be at the exhibition.
During the show, artists will be on site to explain their work and to answer any questions.
Visitors can meander through these creative spaces and interact with the artist and even some of the sculptures.
All the sculptures are for sale
We look forward to meeting at the exhibition.
|Wednesday 30th March||11.00am to 12.00pm||Gavin Roberts||Master carver Gavin Roberts demonstrates the art of fine spoon carving using native Australian timbers, fruit trees and woody weeds.|
|1.00pm to 2.00pm||Aukje Van Vark||Aukje will be using clay to fashion a small artistic object.|
|Thursday 31st March||11.00am to 12.00pm||Betty Knight||Betty will be demonstrating how she does portraiture sculpting in clay|
|1.00pm to 2.00pm||Meredith Plain||During this demonstration I will show how Meredith work to create my ceramic sculptures using my own combination of handbuilding and sculpture techniques|
|Friday 1st of April||11.00am to 12.00pm||Gavin Roberts||Master carver Gavin Roberts demonstrates the art of fine spoon carving using native Australian timbers, fruit trees and woody weeds.|
|1.00pm to 2.30pm||Browyn Lewis||See a small dog being sculptured with clay|
|Saturday 2nd April||11.00am to 12.00pm||Carmel Ritchie||Carmel enjoys limestone carving and will be creating a small decorative piece of art.|
|1.00pm to 2.00pm||Mel Rayski-Mati||Mel will demonstrate the art of bending and rolling metal to create artforms such as flowers, etc.|
|Sunday 3rd of April||11.00am to 12.00pm||Gavin Roberts||Master carver Gavin Roberts demonstrates the art of fine spoon carving using native Australian timbers, fruit trees and woody weeds.|
|1.00pm to 2.00pm||Susie Ashkanazi||Susie will demonstrate basic techniques in clay modeling to develop a small figurine|
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.