Shaw Wines
34 Isabel Drive, Murrumbateman NSW

5-20 March 2022

Please note: The Sculpture@Shaw exhibitions have been postponed to March 2022 due to COVID-19 travel restrictions and public safety.

Sculpture@Shaw is Australia’s prestigious new sculpture prize worth $25,000 presented by Shaw Wines in partnership with Belco Arts.

2021 is the inaugural year of this e­­xciting biennale sculpture prize set in the rolling paddocks of Shaw Wines. The prize aims to celebrate outdoor public art that exudes a sense of play and imagination. Artists were encouraged to challenge viewers with experiential works that can be small, large scale, or site-specific to the beautiful Shaw Wines and surrounding Murrumbateman countryside. The exhibition of the curated finalists will be a ticketed event and will run from Saturday 5 March to Sunday 20 March 2022.


Sculpture@Shaw Exhibtion

S.A Adair, Robert Barnstone, Darryl Bourke, Fleur Brett, Richard Byrnes, Gary Christian, Jan Cleveringa, Paul Dimmer, John Fitzmaurice, Stephen Harrison, Matt Hill, Shannon Hobbs, Kate Howard, David Jensz, Angela Jursevics, Sally Kidall, Rosalind Lemoh, Tracy Luff, Ian Marr, Greg McLean, Luke Neil, Mark Niglia, David Perkins, Kirsten Perry, Wojciech Pietranik, Louis Pratt, Naomi Royds, Justin Rullis, Rebekah Seriah Webster, Shannon Stone, Wendy Teakel, Ralph Tikerpae, Megan Turton, Vince Vozzo, Sian Watson, Edward Willson, Judy Witherdin and Barak Zelig.

Cellar Door Exhibition

S.A Adair, Valentina Albert, Lesley Andersen, Tobias Bennett, Fleur Brett, Tom Buckland, Richard Byrnes, Elizabeth Ficken, Clara Hali, Stephen Harrison, Matt Hill, Angela Jursevics, Glenda Kent, Peter Lewis, Helen Macarthur, Annette Matruglio, Nyssa Miller, Kirsten Perry, Jenny Stevens and Sian Watson.

Prizes to be awarded

The Sculpture@Shaw exhibition catalogue is generously sponsored by Elect Printing


Official opening and award announcements | 6pm Friday 4 March 2022 (event by invitation)
People’s Choice Award announcement | 2pm Sunday 20 March 2022
Exhibition dates | Saturday 5 March to Sunday 20 March 2022

Image credit: Sian Watson, Bird People