Beautiful Sculptures Take Center Stage at Sydney’s Blue Mountains

Running until May 12, this year’s Sculpture at Scenic World features 25 works from local and international artists.

‘Into the Woods Red Mountain Hood’ by Damian Castaldi and Solange Kershaw.

If you’re looking to reconnect with nature and admire some great art while at it, don’t miss Sculpture at Scenic World.

Held annually at Sydney’s scenic Blue Mountains, the outdoor art gallery is showcasing 25 beautiful artworks from local and international artists.

Now in its eighth edition, the exhibition features thought-provoking works including Into the Woods Red Mountain Hood by Damian Castaldi and Solange Kershaw, Regret by Louise Pratt, and Cycle by Wendy Teakel. Among them are interactive installations, bold and photo-worthy sculptures, as well as artworks that blend seamlessly into the natural environment.

‘Regret’ by Louise Pratt.

The best way to take in the sights? A stroll on the 2.4-kilometer Scenic Walkway, accessible by the world’s steepest passenger train, the Scenic Railway. To complete the experience, add a visit to Sculpture Otherwise, an exhibition of smaller sculptures held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. 

Meanwhile, the little ones can learn to create their own masterpieces with the complimentary Sculpture for Small People program, which features workshops and a Kids Art Ninja Trail Guide to keep them occupied as they explore the gallery.

‘Cycle’ by Wendy Teakel.

Other fringe activities include a Ninja Play workshop where guests can make their own ninja puppets, and a Nature Play workshop where one can create their own sculptural pieces from natural materials.

Find out more here.

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