Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail & Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023 Artists Visit the Snowy Valleys

Image (L-R) Philip Spelman, Takuro Kurokouchi, Lorraine Hurlston, David Handley, Annette Moseholm, Alice Cox, Bente Moseholm, Snowy Valleys Mayor Ian Chaffey, Bruce and Colleen Wright, Bruce’s cousin, Laura Fraumeni, Susan Cox in front of Keld Moseholm, ‘Together We Are Strong’, Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, Tumbarumba. Photo Angela Lyons.

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023 exhibiting artists, Milan Kuzica (Czech Republic/Slovakia), Tata Ota (Japan), Lubo Mikle (Slovakia) and Philip Spelman (Queanbeyan, NSW) have travelled to the Snowy Valleys in southern NSW to see their sculptures in Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail.  They were joined by Takuro Kurokouchi, Chief Curator at The Hakone Open-Air Museum, Japan, Bohuš Kubinský (Slovakia) and the family of Keld Moseholm, Bente and Annette Moseholm who travelled from Denmark to see Keld’s work in Batlow and Tumbarumba.

Snowy Valleys locals, including Mayor Ian Chaffey, welcomed the artists who return home as Ambassadors for the sculpture trail having greatly enjoyed their visit.

Milan Kuzica, Tata Ota, Keld Moseholm (1936-2023), Lubo Mikle, Bohuš Kubinský and Philip Spelman’s sculptures are currently part of Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023, on now until 6 November.


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