A walk in the sculptures

YESTERDAY “Citynews” reported on the winner of the $10,000 Harris Hobbs Small Sculpture Prize at Canberra Grammar school, but there’s much more, as our happy snaps taken during a walk inside and outside will indicate.

Philip Spelman, "Tete a Tete"

Philip Spelman, “Tete a Tete”

This weekend only the festival will form part of the Australian Open Garden weekend event at the School, with the grounds open to the public from 10am to 4pm.

Al Phemister Dandelion series with Stephen Harrison sculpture in the background

Al Phemister Dandelion series with Stephen Harrison sculpture in the background

Canberra Grammar Sculpture Festival, in the School grounds and gallery, Monaro Crescent Red Hill  until October 16, 10am to 4pm weekdays and 11am to 4pm weekends. The Festival will also hold an art market this weekend (October 18 and 19).

Art works by emerging artist Aika O’Toole

Art works by emerging artist Aika O’Toole

Cain Nangamu, “Big Mob Magpie Geese”

Cain Nangamu, “Big Mob Magpie Geese”

Dinah Vandermeys and Trevor Dunbar, “The Drovers Wife and her Mob of Dogs”

Dinah Vandermeys and Trevor Dunbar, “The Drovers Wife and her Mob of Dogs”

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