COINCIDING WITH MUSICFEST, Phillip Island Winery is pleased to announce the opening of an exciting sculpture exhibition, SCULPTURE CULTURE, Food and Wine, to be staged at the winery from 4th March until 10th April (Easter Tuesday).
Featuring sculptural works by leading and emerging Victorian artists, the pieces - in ferro-cement, bronze, glass, polished aluminium, wood and steel – will be on display around Phillip Island Winery’s grounds and cellar door. With Bass Strait as a backdrop, and sweeping rural views, it is the perfect environment for these dramatic sculptural works.
Artists whose works will be featured include JOHN ABERY, SIAN ADNAM, HELEN BRISTOL, PAUL HEARNSHAW, BOB HICKMAN, NICOLA HOYLE, PAUL JESSE, ANDREW KASPER, MARTIN KEOGH, HELEN McINNES, MARGARET McPHERSON, ANGELA NEWBERRY, FATEMEH VAFAEINEJAD, and TREVOR WHEELER.
This stunning exhibition is part of a cultural feast over the month of March at Phillip Island Winery, conducted as a regional umbrella event under the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
On days other than Sunday 11th March when the grounds will be jumping to the sounds of MusicFest Phillip Island, admission to the sculpture exhibition will be free.
All works are available for purchase. Watch this site for more details and images.