McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery have announced the winners and finalists for the National Small Sculpture Awards 2020.
The Small Sculpture Awards are an initiative of McClelland’s Director Lisa Byrne to support sculptors during the initial stages of the impact of COVID-19 on the Australian arts and culture sector.
44 finalists were selected from 320 submissions from local and interstate artists, representing artists at all stages of their careers.
The 4 winners are:James Geurts, Matt Hinkley, Kerrie Poliness, and Cyrus Tang.
The finalists are:
Fiona Abicare, Daniel Agdag, Claire Bridge, Robert Bridgewater, Eugene Carchesio, Aaron Carter, Kris Coad, Ewen Coates, Narinda Cook, Augustine Dall’Ava, Emma Davies, Michael Doolan, Brodie Ellis, Danny Fotopoulos, James Geurts, Matt Hinkley, Odette Ireland, Freya Jobbins, Yvonne Kendall, Madeline Kidd, Alicia King, Michael Le Grand, Lucas Maddock, John Meade, Sanné Mestrom, Clare Milledge, Clive Murray-White, Nell, Louise Paramor, Sassy Park, Mary Lou Pavlovic, Kenny Pittock, Kerrie Poliness, Steven Rendall, Juan David Rodriguez Sandoval, Paul Selwood, Ema Shin, Matthew Sleeth, Vipoo Srivilasa, Kylie Stillman, Cyrus Tang, Ronnie van Hout, Jan van Schaik, and Narelle White.
More information and to view the work visit - https://www.mcclellandgallery.com/current-exhibitions/
Image: Cyrus TANG, 'The Modern World Encyclopaedia Vol 2' 2017 cremated book ashes, book cover and acrylic case
40.0 x 40.0 x 45.0 cm
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