2 – 18 November  2018

Sculpture in the Vineyards is an annual outdoor event now in its 16th year. This year over 40 sculptors are exhibiting their artwork at Stonehurst Cedar Creek, Noyce Brothers, Undercliff Winery and throughout Wollombi Village from 3rd  -18th November. There are concurrent exhibitions at Fireshed Gallery, Wollombi and Cessnock Regional Art Gallery.

Sculpture in the Vineyards 2018 is a little different this year.  We have created a more intimate sculpture festival that quietens the mind, forgetting the global world for a moment.

Over 100 scaled down artworks feature in cellar doors with a few large signature pieces gracing the driveways, olive and poplar groves of the Wollombi vineyards. Our small sculpture show –  Re:Worn at the Fireshed Gallery –  exhibits artworks referencing jewellery to contemplate and challenge. 

Sculpture in the Vineyards congratulates​ our 2018 exhibitors: 

Tobias Bennett   •   Kylie Beynon   •   Liz Bradshaw   •   Pamela Lee Brenner   •  Tony Bruck   Rhonda Castle   •  Jennifer Chua  •  Janine Clark  •   Geoffrey Craig   •   Kate Dorrough •  David Doyle   •   Margo Gabsi   •   Hugh Grant   •  Hurlstone Agricultural High School Lyndsey Hatchwell  •   Kes Harper   •   Gregg Kett   •   Akira Kamada
Leesa Knights    • Jennifer Little  •   Will Maguire    •  Timothy McLean   •   Nicole de Mestre    •   Edward Milan   •  Victoria Monk •   Alison Mortiss   • Johannes Muljana •  Rita Orsini   •   Devine Panic    •   Graeme Pattison  •  Nathan Sawczak   •  Jeramie Scahill   •  Sharon Taylor   •  Claudia Scheibe •  Andrew  Whitehead   •  Elke Wohlfahrt  •   Barbara Wulff

Wollombi Arts Council’s Old Fireshed Gallery
  3rd– 18th  November 2018

Exhibition open 10-4pm Saturdays and Sundays


An exhibition of sculptural artworks curated by Kes Harper
Join us for the Opening Saturday 3rd November 2-4pm

Jewellery has many meanings – historically, culturally, personally. Whether worn or not, it is also sculpture. 

In this exhibition, 10 selected artists exhibit sculptures that reference the ephemeral nature of jewellery in the modern world, in scale and identity. All work – sculpture and jewellery – is for sale.

“Prepare to be intrigued and challenged” says local artist/curator Kes Harper.

Cessnock Regional Art Gallery…
Coming soon: an exhibition of selected 2017 SINV artists