|Sculpture on the Greens
An exciting outdoor and indoor sculpture exhibition that runs for two months set within the grounds of a Golf Resort and Function Centre.
Over 80 sculptures are mapped out, exploring connections and synergy between sculpture and the landscape. I had a unique opportunity for two years to site pieces on water, open grass areas, among garden beds and bushland settings. The Smalls Indoor exhibition within a Restaurant environment was in stark contrast to curating an outdoor exhibition and was realised to its full potential and adding diversity to the venue.
|‘A Place in History’ – Yarramalong Old School
Dating back to 1890’s the original school and surrounding grounds stand tall atop a tree studded hillside dotted with heritage sandstone buildings echoing its historical past within the community and a learning hub for the local district. Bring together a Sculpture Trail, indoor small sculpture, Art and a historical narrative to tie the Festival together and pay homage to the local area.
|‘Conflict and Compassion’ – Yarramalong Community Centre
Sharing your creative spirit which embraces the Australian Anzac centenary and the National Trust Heritage Festival celebration at Yarramalong Community Centre. Small indoor sculptures and art depicting the Anzac Spirit and local residence remembrance of their services in World War I and World War II.
|World Environment Day – Forest of Tranquility
The vision of Forest of Tranquility is a sanctuary, a bio diverse environment that brings holistic health and wellbeing. A collaboration with nature and self. Workshops, talks and an interactive sculpture trail that interacted with the forest was held over the June long weekend and led to a diverse range of activities and open dialogue, referencing current environmental issues that impact us on a daily basis.