SPRING SCULPTURE PRIZE: 13-28 October

Kim Simon, Inseparable, oyster shells, stainless steel, wire.

 

Now in its 12th year, Lot19’s Spring Sculpture Prize has become a well known creative institution in Castlemaine and throughout the surrounding region, attracting a very high caliber of work.

Set among the impressive and inspiring grounds of Lot19, all entrants work will be exhibited for 3 weeks.

There will be 3 independent judges, with more than $6000 worth of prizes on offer.

Exhibition Opening and Prizegiving: 2-5pm, Saturday 13th October

Opening Hours: 13-28th October. Saturday and Sunday, 12-5pm.

CURRENTLY SEEKING EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FROM ARTISTS:

To express your interest in entering the Spring Sculpture Prize, please email the following information to: lot19artspace@gmail.com

  • Your name
  • Contact phone number and email address
  • Your website (if you have one)
  • Up to 5 images of your work
  • 300 – 500 words describing your concept and the medium in which you’ll be working
  • A description of any hanging or installation requirements you might have

All entries must be received before 5pm on Friday 28th September.

Images from 2018 Spring Sculpture Prize by Trouble Magazine.

Katie Kilgour, Thinking of You, The Disturbance & Sometimes Love, vintage kimono remnant, glass beads, silk, alpaca, a rock from the road.

 

Nonie Sutcliffe, Lessons for Life, collaged fabric and stich on vintage reels.

 

Kerry Cannon, Fetus, bronze.

 

Jimmy Rix, Twin Towers, corten steel.