Sculpture Walk is bigger and better at Heathcote


Artist Claire Davenhall with one of the work’s on display at Sculpture Walk.
Artist Claire Davenhall with one of the work’s on display at Sculpture Walk.

The free, outdoor art exhibition will showcase a total of 26 sculptures and installations by WA artists, Tafe students and local school students.

City of Melville Mayor Russell Aubrey said the annual Sculpture Walk was a free community event not to be missed.

“The City’s annual Sculpture Walk is one of the biggest highlights on the City’s calendar and showcases a huge range of creative artwork,” he said.

“We highly encourage everyone to visit Heathcote, not only to see the unique artworks, but also to enjoy all that the Heathcote Cultural Centre has to offer.

“Explore the heritage buildings, that are home to the Heathcote Museum and Gallery, or just take the time to enjoy the beautiful grounds and city vistas as Heathcote Cultural Centre transforms into an outdoor gallery.”

Visitors to the exhibition can vote for their favourite sculpture in the People’s Choice Award.

Most artworks showcased at Sculpture Walk 2016 will be on sale and can be purchased by contacting the City of Melville on 1300 635 845 or 9364 0666 or by email on melinfo @melville.wa.gov.au.

A number of artists who will have their work on display at the Sculpture Walk, also have work on show at this year’s Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe Beach.

Sculpture Walk runs from March 19 to April 3.