We cooperate as an association to advance the practice of sculpture and the reputation and appreciation of sculpture and sculptors in the community. This is regardless of whether or not we make a living from sculpture and regardless of our preferred style or medium. To this end we support artists’ moral rights, we advocate a professional attitude to the production and presentation of work and encourage the artistic and intellectual stimulation of interaction amongst artists of all persuasions.

Congratulations to Members

"Serenity" Marija Patterson

Congratulations to Marija Patterson for winning best in show at the Kilmore Art Expo with her piece “Serenity”.  Further congratulation too for Aukje van Vark who won the best sculpture with her piece “Drinking Giraffe”. 

Our very own Gillian Govan was the judge for the sculpture exhibition component and it was the first time sculpture had been included in this expo which has been running for 13 years, so we were absolutely thrilled that all three judges agreed on Marija’s sculpture for best in show.  Well done!

"Drinking Giraffe" Aukje van Vark


Hi everyone in case you missed this on our social media platforms, the Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition was judged by Adrian Spurr and Mariella del Conte (co-founders of The Big Sculpture) with Awards announced yesterday. Please watch the video of the announcement to hear what the judges said….



https://www.dropbox.com/s/attbi1wa3dmdjza/Toorak_Village_Sculpture_Exhibition.mp4?dl=0

The 4 awards going to:

    Toorak Village Traders Award - $8,000 went to Pattie Beerens for My at Home, No 47 displayed at A & G Optique 1

    Toorak Village Traders Award - $2,000 went to Lucy McEachern for Baby Magpie, No 26 displayed at Christensen Copenhagen

    Meridian Foundry Bronze Casting Award - $1,500 went to Ilona Herreiner for Time to Fly, No 74 displayed at Toorak Village Podiatry

    Judges Encouragement Award - $1,000 went to Christopher Plumridge for Earth Pill Cartouche, No 14 displayed at K1 Dental 


    Special commendations went to:

        Alistair Roberts for Freud, No 84 displayed at Toorak Prestige Barber

        Andre Sardone for Catch me if you can, No 73 displayed at Roubens Specialty Coffee


Thanks
Tracey Cammock
Marketing Coordinator
Toorak Village Traders Association 

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