Image: Jimmy Rix A Symbiotic Relationship 2021 Corten steel edition of 4 + 1 AP 194 x 265 x 115 cm
Congratulations to Jimmy Rix who has been announced as a finalist in Sculpture on the Farm 2021.
Sculpture on the Farm 2021 will showcase 150 sculptures by 73 wonderful Australian sculptors: 75 intimate indoor works and 75 garden and outdoor works.
Dungog in the Hunter Region of NSW is renowned for its forests, mountains and rural scenery and is a perfect location for sculpture lovers, couples and families looking to visit this scenic part of NSW.
All these works will be visible in the online Sculpture Catalogue by mid-September for you to enjoy. The sales portal will be launched in time for the Sculpture on the Farm Preview on Friday 1 October.
The Announcement of Prizes will occur progressively throughout the first 10 days of October.
Sculpture on the Farm will be presented exclusively online in October. Click here for the full Program.
Jimmy Rix’s sculptures often relate to 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.