Sculpture Trail in full swing


The Art Farm Birchs Bay Trail was officially opened on Sunday 25th March with a walk through of the Trail with the Sponsors and Artists. Minutes before the walk, the clouds dispersed, the sun came out and the general excitement was now real! A leisurely walk with Artist talks along the way was a great way to see the trail. We convened at the Distillery where beverages and pizza were consumed, with many laughs and general excitement about the awards to be announced.  Who won you ask…? Keep scrolling.


Kingborough Council Acquisition – Pirjo Juhola’s ‘Weather Girl’

AFBB & Five Bob Acquisition – Javinta Howard’s ‘King Lizard’ and Dan O’Toole’s ‘Remnants of a Suburban Forest’

Small Sculpture Award ($1,000) – Henry Lang for ‘Bulrushes’

Major Sculpture Award ($4,000) – Dan O’Toole’s ‘Remnants of a Suburban Forest’

Pictured Above – Dan O’Toole talking about his work ‘Remnants of a Suburban Forest’

Photo Competition

Take a snap of your favourite 2018 sculpture and win a prize!
3 Easy Steps to win! All you need to do is:
Snap a pic of a new sculpture
Hashtag it with sculpturetrail2018

Don’t forget to add @artfarmbirchsbay

The image with the most ‘likes’ wins a trip for two on Pennicott Cruises!

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