Major Prize of $30,000
Winner: Harrie Fasher, ‘Held’ (featured above)
…to imagine that you can reintroduce the horse into art, in a contemporary way, is very ambitious. The sculpture has a strong presence, depth, rawness, motion and grunt.Judge’s comments
Highly Commended Prize – $5,000
Winner: James Rogers, ‘Anatomy’
Rogers has created a lyrical sculpture which contains so much work yet still appears effortless. It feels like a drawing in space.Judge’s comments
Emerging Artist Prize – $2,500
Winner: Willemina Villari, ‘A Bagful of Memories’
The use of minimal materials in such a figurative way creates a whimsical work which achieves so much with so little.Judge’s comments
Sculpture at Sawmillers is open from Saturday 19 to Sunday 27 February 2022. All sculptures in the exhibition will be for sale without commission.
There will be a live and free poetry event compèred by acclaimed Sydney performance poet Tug Dumbly at 3pm on Saturday 26 February.
Sculpture at Sawmillers is supported by North Sydney Council, Australian Catholic University, The Neilson Foundation, Zurich Insurance, TBH, North Sydney Rotary and other members of the community.