Jimmy Rix – in Sculpture on the Farm ONLINE

In News December 13, 2022

Image above: Kangaroo and Honeyeater  2022  corten steel  256 x 169 x 43 cm. Available here.

We are pleased to share that Jimmy Rix has had two works accepted into the biennial exhibition ‘Sculpture on the Farm, Online’.

Sculpture on the Farm is a biennial sculpture exhibition typically held at “Fosterton”, Dungog, New South Wales. Established and emerging Australian sculptors are invited to display their works in the galleries, gardens and paddocks of this picturesque cattle property. Sculpture on the Farm is committed to the enhancement of the cultural fabric of the Dungog and the Hunter Valley for the locals and visitors to the region.

This year, Sculpture on the Farm takes place online, where it continues to provide opportunities for sculptors to display and sell their works.

Dunbi the Owl  2019-20  bronze  edition 3/9  17 x 49 x 80.5 cm  Available here


“Jimmy Rix’s sculptures often relate to both personal experiences and familiar objects. Having lived within both natural and farmed Australian landscapes throughout his life, rebellious kangaroos, machine-horse hybrids, playful sheep and utilitarian objects have inevitably been cast as the actors of his narrative-based works. In these sculptures a sense of humour, an engagement with Australiana, an interest in scale and a concern for the environment are often the underlying themes and inspiration.”


View available works in the Australian Galleries online stockroom by Jimmy Rix here


Sculpture on the Farm ONLINE
Until the end of December 2022