Sculpture in the Vineyards returns to Hunter Valley for 14th year

The longest running regional sculpture exhibition in Australia is currently taking place in NSW’s Hunter Valley, celebrating the best in vines, wines, and sculpture.

Over sixty large scale and site specific sculptures have taken over the vineyards, tree groves, and gardens of five boutique vineyards throughout the historic Wollombi Valley and Wollombi Village.

Guided tours, degustations, and, of course, wine tastings complement the lineup of Australian art on display.

Smaller scale works will also be on display from November 5th until November 27th, at Wollombi Art Council’s Old Fire Shed Gallery.

Running until December 4th, Sculpture in the Vineyards takes place in Wollombi, about an hour and a half north of Sydney. Exhibition entry is free, with access from 10am until 5pm, seven days a week.

For more information, please see the Sculpture in the Vineyards website.

Header image:  ‘Illuminatrope’, by David Hashimoto & Gabrielle Bates.
(Photo credit: Ilia Kotchen, Kotchenography)


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Jodie Sloan

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