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Amazing sculpture to be viewed at McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Survey with $100,000 prize.

My apologies for not listing every artist name.  I would like to congratulate Mathew Harding as the winner.  Please go to their website to see the names and more amazing work. http://www.mcclellandgallery.com                                                                                                                                                           mccl8 mccl7 mccl6 mccl 5 mccl 4 mccl 3 mccl 2 mccl 1 This last one is not part of the comp and is by Anthony Prior.

We are pleased to announce that the McClelland Award 2014, an acquisitive award valued at $100,000 was awarded to Matthew Harding for his work Void.The McClelland Award 2014 was judged by Dr Liz Kreijn, Assistant Director, Collection & Presentation of the Kröller-Müller Museum in the Netherlands.

The McClelland Achievement Prize (MAP) was awarded to Sonia Payes for Re:Generation. Valued at $30,000 (non-acquisitive) MAP includes a solo exhibition of the artist’s work at McClelland during the time of the subsequent McClelland Sculpture Survey in 2016.

LEFT: Sonia Payes, Dr Liz Kreijn, Neil Balnaves AO, Robert Lindsay, Matthew Harding, Lyn Williams AM, Rupert Myer AMMIDDLE: Matthew Harding with VoidRIGHT: Sonia Payes with Re:Generation

Posted by Anne Warren Art on February 11, 2015

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