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Abstract Art, Ceramics, Exhibitions, Installation, Mixed Media, Sculpture

Lorne Sculpture Show

This is the artwork I have in the small works category of the Lorne Sculpture Show, which opens this weekend. The Lorne Sculpture Show began in 2007, and has grown as an international sculpture event. The show runs from the 16th October-6th November and consists of large scale & ephemeral outdoor artworks along the Victorian coastal shore & small sulptures in the shop windows of the adjacent boulevard. On both weekends of the exhibition’s duration there are numerous artist & workshop events, including children’s sculpture workshops, one of which I am conducting on Sunday 16th October. More information about the exhibition & related events can be found on the Lorne Sculpture Show Event Guide.



2 thoughts on “Lorne Sculpture Show

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    Posted by Jostvm | November 4, 2011, 12:05 am
  2. thx for the kind feedback Jostvm 🙂


    Posted by Dawn Whitehand | November 8, 2011, 12:19 am

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