Narooma News  23 March 2011 The people choose horses at Bermagui’s Sculpture on the Edge


By October 31, 2017News

THE votes are in and the people have chosen horses.
The people’s choice award for the large sculptures at this year’s Bermagui’s Sculpture on the Edge event went to the piece entitled “Tribute to a workhorse” by Belinda Villani of Sydney.

The award sponsored by Cursley Financial Services is worth $1000.

For the small sculptures, the people’s choice award went to “Little Horse” by Andy Townsend, Suzie Bleach and Mike McGregor.

The winner of the people’s choice voting prize for a dinner in Bermagui was Caroline Davis of Sydney.

WINNING SCULPTURES:
Tanja residents Allan Watt and Penny Amberg at the opening of Bermagui’s Sculpture on the Edge with the people’s choice winner ‘Tribute to a workhorse’.


WINNING SCULPTURES: Tanja residents Allan Watt and Penny Amberg at the opening of Bermagui’s Sculpture on the Edge with the people’s choice winner ‘Tribute to a workhorse’.

Keeping with the horse theme, people’s choice winner of the small sculptures was ‘Little Horse’.


WINNING ARTIST: Pambula artist Jen Mallinson spruces up her prize-winning sculpture “Remnant” after it was installed on the cliff edge on Friday.

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