It’s looking like a big year for artistic endeavours in Bermagui in 2018. Along with music festivals and other creative and artistic events, the big one will be Sculpture Bermagui 2018.
With entries flooding in from all over Australia, the ten day event held in March is set to be another record-breaker.
Taking advantage of the spectacular headland in Bermagui and a beautiful indoor space, Sculpture Bermagui has become one of the top five flagship events of the region.
Curatorial Director, Pauline Balos, said “it’s so exciting that this event is growing and gaining
recognition with sculptors all over Australia. I particularly like that we are able to encourage and showcase the work of emerging artists as well.”
The sculptures presented at Sculpture Bermagui are of international standard, with works in 2017 presented by award winning sculptors such as John Payne, Ross Cameron, Barak Zelig and Vlase Nikoleski.
Entries for this year’s exhibition include works by William Maguire with a work in forged steel, and Boyd MacMillan will present his painted aluminium sculpture. Vlase Nikoleski and Barak Zelig will
make a welcome return with their works in bronze with stainless steel and corten steel respectively.
The Exhibition opens on 9 March, and runs through until the 18 th . Full details available at
Drop to Earth by John Payne
Anoia – Senden Blackwood
The Culprit by Barak Zelig