Lynda Draper selected as a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize 2012.

Lynda Draper was selected for the fourth time as a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize 2012.

About the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize:
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize is a national acquisitive prize for sculptures of smaller dimensions and it has attracted strong support from artists, collectors and critics since its inception in 2001. Each year, from the more than five hundred sculptures entered by national and international artists, around forty finalists are selected to exhibit for sixteen days at the historic Redleaf Council Chambers in Double Bay. The free exhibition is launched annually in October and is open to the public. All sculptures are under 80 cm in any dimension.

Finalist sculptures will be on display from:
Saturday 27 October – Sunday 11 November 2012
at the Woollahra Council’s historic Redleaf building.

See here for details:Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize


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