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Sculpture Award 2018

UWS Sculpture Award 2006

Solar Chronograph II

Grant Calvin (2006) Winner of the 2006 UWS Sculpture Award. Painted steel. 450 x 360 x 230 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Freedom

Ron Gomboc (2004). Winner of the 2006 Landcom Sculpture Award. Stainless Steel, Copper and Bronze. 260 x 100 x 120 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Echo II

Frederic Berjot (2006). Fabric, Rabbit Skin Glue, Hydrostore, Pigment, Fibreglass, Metal and Polyurethane. 130 x 50 x 50 cm (approx). 3 pieces (variable dimensions). Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Peel and Knife

Rae Bolotin (2005). Concrete and Polished Stainless Steel. 180 x 140 x 90 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Jeux D'Interieur

Janik Bouchette (2005/6). Mild Steel. 1900 x 2100 x 1500 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Elemental Apex

Michael Garth (2006). Stainless Steel, Bronze and Sail Cloth. 500 x 150 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Tribanga III

Clara Hali (2006). Bronze, Aluminium and Sandstone. 200 x 35 x 35 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Geisha (grey)

Christopher Hodges (2006). Steel. 340 x 235 x 235 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Zena

Nancy Hunt (2005). Oxyed & Welded 10 x 5 mm Steel. 240 x 120 x 120 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Twittering

Akira Kamada (2006). Rusted Recycled Metal. 150 x 200 x 200 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Another Space

Orest Nicholas Keywan (2001-2005). Steel and Stainless Steel. 204 x 245.5 177.5 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Pod

Anita Larkin (2006). Wood, Copper, Galvanised Steel and Collected Objects. 211 x 130 x 122 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Dive

Denese Oates (2006). Copper. 300 x 250 x 100 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

S-101

Joseph Paonessa and Sony Lim (2005). Marine Plywood - Timber - Steel. 270 x 500 x 280 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Stella

Sallie Portnoy (2005). Cast Lead Glass Crystal Cement/Fibro. 250 x 20 x 20 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Spire

Philip Spark (2006). Steel. 350 x 80 x 80 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Dynamic Supermarketism Composition No9 (Mega Mall Version)

Charlie Trivers (2006). Painted Steel. 224 x 266 x 154 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Woman Waiting

Vince Vozzo (2005). Sandstone. 127 x 78 x 46 cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Venue
UWS Campbelltown Campus (View Map)
Date
6 - 22 Oct 2006
Open
Monday - Sunday, 10.00 am - 4.00pm

For an invitation to the exhibition, please see UWS Sculpture Award 2006 Invitation (PDF, 2.18 MB)

Sculptors around Australia were invited in January 2006 to submit work for inclusion in the second UWS Acquisitive Sculpture Award and Exhibition to be held on the Campbelltown campus from 6 October - 22 October 2006.

The exhibition was launched on Friday 6 October, by Jennifer Bott, CEO of the Australia Council.

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

The exhibiting artists were:

- Frederic Berjot
- Rae Bolotin
- Janik Bouchette
- Grant Calvin
- Michael Garth
- Ron Gomboc
- Clara Hali
- Christopher Hodges
 - Nancy Hunt
 - Akira Kamada
 - Orest Keywan
 - Anita Larkin
 - Denese Oates
 - Joseph Paonessa and Sony Lim
 - Sallie Portnoy and Philip Spark
 - Charlie Trivers
 - Vince Vozzo
 - Jacek Wankowski.

The above finalists were eligible to win one of two awards, one for the UWS acquisitive prize and one for the Landcom acquisitive prize.

Awards judging panel

- Mr Michael Hedger
- Ms Jan King
- Professor Janice Reid
- Professor Di Yerbury
- Representative from Landcom

Related Documents
- Acquisitive Sculpture Award 2006 - Catalogue [Acrobat Document: 1021Kb]

Special Event
Saturday 14 October
11.00 am - 12.00 pm: Sioux Garside will give a guided walking tour of the exhibition.
12.00 pm to 2.00pm: Various artists will be on site to discuss their work.

These lectures are free.

To book into the walking tour or for further details, please contact Monica McMahon.

Daily
Throughout the exhibition period the general public are encouraged to take themselves on a self-guided tour of the exhibition in the grounds of Campbelltown campus.

However, between 12 pm - 2 pm daily there will be staff available to take groups on tours of the exhibition.