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Sculpture Award 2018

UWS Sculpture Award 2004

Inara

Michael Le Grand (2004). Winner of the 2004 UWS Sculpture Award. Painted Steel. 240 x 285 x 190 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Ride

Angus Adameitis (2003). Painted Steel. 180 x 120 x 45 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Apple Wall

Rae Bolotin (2003). Concrete. 170 x 170 x 46 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Angkor Torso

Clara Hali (2004). Bronze with Sandstone Plinth. 200 x 70 x 70 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Autonomy

Nigel Harrison (2002). Zinc coated Mild Steel (painted) and Stainless Steel. 170 x 200 x 370 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Mira Mira

Christopher Hodges (2004). Mild Steel. 210 x 145 x 40 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Ariadne

Jan King (2002). Steel, painted with Auto Lacquer. 300 x 130 x 100 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

H²O

Anita Larkin (2003). Turpentine Wood, Galvanised Steel, Resin and Artefacts. 178 x 165 x 90 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Echidna

Des McKenna OAM (2003). River Red Gum. 65 x 75 x 155 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

The Wall

Dale Miles (2004). Painted Timber. 2 x 2 x 0.7 m. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Twist of Fate (detail)

Denese Oates (2004). Copper. 250 x 150 x 100 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Points of Possible Surety

Paul Selwood (2003). Steel, Hot Zinc sprayed, painted and waxed. 137 x 147 x 133 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Paradigm Shift

Harvey Shields (2004). Steel. 220 x 180 x 130 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Lunette

Braddon Snape (2004). Pure white Cement, Marble Dust (Terrazzo) and Stainless Steel. 500 x 140 x 140 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Running Writing

Michael Snape (2004). Stainless Steel. 204 x 472 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Not Out of the Woods Yet Babe

Lili Tabbaa (2004). Stainless Steel and Archontophoenix. 200 x 200 x 200 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Surface Tension

Arthur Wicks (2004). Aluminium, mini Orb Sheeting, Huon, Kingbilly and Radiata Pine, Solar Cells, Programmable Logical Controllers, Batteries, Truck Windscreen Motor, small DC Motors, Bearings, Stainless Wire and Remote Sensors

Venue
UWS Cambelltown Campus (View Map)
Date
19 Nov - 5 Dec 2004
Open

The inaugural UWS Acquisitive Sculpture Award and Exhibition held at the Campbelltown campus of the University of Western Sydney, was opened on Friday 19 November 2004 by Mr Edmund Capon, Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

The winning sculpture Inara by Michael Le Grand was acquired by the University for its art collection and will be permanently housed on the Campbelltown campus.

The exhibition consisted of major works by significant Australian artists who created sculptures especially for the site, a picturesque lakeside setting on the Campbelltown campus.

Exhibiting artists in 2004 were:

    - Angus Adameitis
    -  Rae Bolotin
    - Janik Bouchette
    - Gary Deirmendjian
    - Clara Hali
    - Nigel Harrison
    - Christopher Hodges
    - Orest Keywan
    - Jan King
    - Anita Larkin
    - Des McKenna
    - Dale Miles
    - Denese Oates
    - Paul Selwood
    - Harvey Sheilds
    - Braddon Snape
    - Michael Snape
    - Lili Tabbaa
    - Christopher Trotter
    - Arthur Wicks.

The UWS Acquisitive Sculpture Award and Exhibition aims to establish closer links between the University, artists and industry; to provide a valuable educational and cultural resource for the region and to enhance the campus environment for teaching and learning.