We cooperate as an association to advance the practice of sculpture and the reputation and appreciation of sculpture and sculptors in the community. This is regardless of whether or not we make a living from sculpture and regardless of our preferred style or medium. To this end we support artists’ moral rights, we advocate a professional attitude to the production and presentation of work and encourage the artistic and intellectual stimulation of interaction amongst artists of all persuasions.

Stadel Collection

The National Gallery of Victoria is fortunate to feature a remarkable collection called “European Masters” from the Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany, whilst that Museum is closed for reconstruction. The Museum was founded in 1816 by Frankfurt financier Friedrich Städel, and is one of the finest collections in Europe. It includes 2,800 paintings, 600 sculptures, and over 100,000 prints and drawings documenting the development of European art and sculpture. The NGV exhibition shows highlights from 19th and 20th century art embracing Neo- Classical, Realist, Impressionist, and Symbolist works. The exhibition will make the Städel’s collection better known, and offer a high-quality survey of the most important movements in art from
the Romantic Age to Expressionism, with a special focus on German and French schools.
Edgar DEGAS
French 18341917
Tall female dancer 1919 (cast
posthumously c. 1919) (Grande
danseuse) bronze
53.0 x 38.0 x 20.0 cm. Städel
Museum, Frankfurt am Main.
Acquired in 1926

President’s Message

There has been important positive progress for us on three fronts over the last two months:
(a) After many hours of researching alternatives, Marija Patterson has located and booked space for the ASV Annual Exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery in Eltham for October. Many
thanks to Marija for her drive and initiative.
(b) After many hours of self study, and unrelated crashing computer hardware, Janice McCarthy has achieved comfortable familiarity with the ASV new prototype web site. She will shortly start demonstrating it to interested Committee members. Many thanks to Janice for her
patience and persistence.
(c) The Committee has agreed procedures for exhibitions in future: see summary minutes below. Thanks to Patrick Culshaw for his contributions in this matter.
The end of the financial year is a particularly busy time of year for me, so my involvement over the next few months will be greatly reduced. I think the newsletter next month will be
minimal.
Interested parties will be pleased to know that Fay Gerber’s leg has re-grown 3cm not reduced 3cm as reported last month. She is definitely and clearly straight and upright.
…..Geoff Williams

Spreading the Load

As usual it is very difficult to get people to volunteer their time to help out on ASV activities. The weight falls on a brave few who soldier on and do far too much while the majority do far too little. The inactive majority are asked to consider contributing their time to a supporting role for the brave and active few. It is much more fun for all concerned if the ASV activity is a social activity. There is not much fun in folding and enveloping mail outs on a solo basis for hours. Sharing tasks is also a means of providing cover when one of us, including myself, needs to
drop out for a few months.
Please consider the following supporting roles:
* Assistance to the Treasurer in banking and collecting exhibition moneys;
* Assistant and support to the membership coordinator, Kay Salehi: particularly once a year around membership subscription time;
* Working with one or more of the exhibition coordinators on photography;
* Understudying exhibition coordinators in their general tasks;
* Assistance to Gillian Govan in planning and organising monthly activities;
* Processing and uploading images to the web site with Jenny Rickards;
* Assistance in preparing items for the newsletter with Geoff Williams!
We are trying to remain a voluntary and professional, but low cost and low fee paying, operation. This will be possible if everyone does something at least once a year. The alternative is a professional manager, which would save the Committee a great deal of effort, but will result in higher costs for the ASV and higher fees for members.
.......Geoff Williams

ASV Recent Activities

Wednesday 9 June 2010: ASV Committee Meeting: The Committee agreed:
(1) In future, the Committee would agree on a brief or structure of each ASV organised exhibition in advance, including guidelines on the budget, advertising, prizes, and venue. Whilst probably not so important for experienced Exhibition Coordinators planning recurring exhibitions, it was felt that a general and uniform approach on these lines would simplify the procedure for new personnel. This brief would be provided to the Exhibition Coordinator, who would be asked to report to the Committee on progress.
(2) The ASV would provide support to Tesselaar in 2010 in advertising and encourage members to enter; more tangible support would be considered for 2011.
(3) The Light Factory was confirmed as the venue for the 2010 Annual Exhibition.
(4) Committee members would attend one-to-one training with Janice McCarthy on the new prototype web site, to cover features in which they have an interest.

Saturday 19 June 2010: Visit to National Gallery lecture: Marija Patterson arranged for ASV tickets at a lecture on the exhibition by Dr Felix Kramer, head of the Stadel Museum's Collection of Nineteenth Century, Modern Painting and Sculpture.

ASV Coming Activities

Wednesday 14 July 2010: ASV Monthly meeting: Mid-year social meeting to be held in the clubrooms. We look forward to seeing long time members and new members for a social evening. It is a great opportunity to meet other sculptors in a relaxed atmosphere. Please bring photos or samples of you work and enjoy a chat over a glass of wine and light refreshments. If transport is a problem please contact someone on the committee who can put you in touch with someone who can give you a ride. Should be a fun evening…Gillian Govan - Activities

Wednesday 4 August 2010: ASV Committee Meeting: if you have a burning issue that you would like discussed at this meeting, please contact a Committee Member as listed at the end of this newsletter, as soon as possible, and ask to have your heartfelt desires tabled.

Wednesday 11 August 2010: Julee Latimer, sculptor in mosaics, and ASV AGM: Images of work
discussed by Julee. See www.juleelatimermosaics.com.
Subsequently the Annual General Meeting will be held. Nominations of office holders to the Secretary please: see contact at the end of this newsletter.

Wednesday 6 October to Sunday 31 October 2010: ASV Annual Exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery, 21 Brougham St, Eltham: organised by Marija Patterson and Beatrice Magalotti: 200 square metres indoors and another 200 square metres outdoors: see Notices below. http://thelightfactorygallery.com.au

Other Activities Victoria

11 June to 30 June 2010: Beaumaris Art Group, Lisa Toft Exhibition: at 84 Reserve Rd., Beaumaris:
sculpture, ceramics, paintings, prints and jewellery. Open daily 10-1 and on weekends 11 am to 4 pm or by arrangement: telephone 9598 0005.

16 July 2010: Entries close for Tesselaar Sculpture Prize: Exhibition 16 September to 13 October 2010. Guidelines and Application Forms can be obtained from Mark Cowie at
markcowie@aussiebroadband.com.au or at PO Box 1086, Daylesford 3460.

16 April 2010 to 25 July 2010: TarraWarra Museum of Art: Bushfire exhibition:
The Arts Recovery Quick Response program has provided a total of $95,400 to support 43 arts projects in bushfire affected areas. TarraWarra Museum of Art has a new exhibition that received a $15,000 grant through Arts Victoria's Arts Development program.

27 August to 29 August 2010: SPARTA 2010 Sporting Exhibition: Walwa Vic. See Notices below.

19 March to 29 August 2010: National Gallery of Victoria: Ian Potter Centre: Collage Exhibition:
Collage or gluing or attaching paper, fabric, natural objects and ephemera to create or enhance a work of art. It is the first exhibition at the NGV to focus on this art form and includes collages by Sidney Nolan, James Gleeson, Robert Klippel, Gareth Sansom, Elizabeth Gower, Katherine Hattam, Nick Mangan, Brook Andrew and many others. See www.ngv.vic.gov.au/stickit/11 July 2010 to 19 Sept 2010: McClelland Gallery: Geoffrey Bartlett in the McClelland Room. www.mcclellandgallery.com

2 July 2010 to 25 September 2010: CPW Gallery, Maldon: Viktor Kalinowski exhibition: sculpture, drawings, prints and jewellery: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm Friday & Saturday; official opening by Martin Hallett, senior arts officer Arts Victoria 3 July 2.00pm. www.cascadeprintworkshop.com

19 June 2010 to 10 October 2010: National Gallery of Victoria: Paintings, drawings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th century within the Stadel Museum collection by eminent European artists, including Rodin, Renoir, Degas and Beckmann: NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, See www.ngv.vic.gov.au.

8 September 2010 to 16 October 2010: Deakin University Art Gallery: Ewen Coates sculpture over the last 10 years. www.deakin.edu.au/art-collection

17 April 2010 to 17 October 2010: The Ian Potter Museum of Art: Artifacts from Mediterranean, 4 African, Meso-American, and Oceanic Regions showing ceremonial practices, belief systems, and sacred cu www.art-museum.unimelb.edu.art

24 July 2010 to 17 October 2010: National Gallery of Victoria: Contemporary Australian artists:
from diverse social and cultural backgrounds: each artist’s unique engagement with the prevailing issues of contemporary life and artistic practice. See www.ngv.vic.gov.au.

21 August to 20 October 2010: Contemporary Art Society of Victoria : Brooch Exhibition: Fitzroy Library.
See Notices below.

6 August 2010 to 24 October 2010: National Gallery of Victoria: Mari Funaki (1950-2010) Objects:
geometric jewellery forms and sculptural objects: work predominantly with gold and blackened mild steel. It shows a shift gradually from wearable or functional objects to purely sculptural forms. See www.ngv.vic.gov.au.

6 August 2010 to 24 October 2010: National Gallery of Victoria: John Davis (1936-1999) Presence:
synthesized material diversity with an idiosyncratic concept of land and ecology. Work in wood initially and later in fiberglass and aluminium. See www.ngv.vic.gov.au.

15 October 2011 to 6 November 2011: Lorne Sculpture Exhibition: A free community supported biennial exhibition of 30 major contemporary sculpture works and installations along the Lorne Foreshore. Telf 03 9867 6174. www.lornesculpture.com

3 November to 27 November 2010: Contemporary Art Society of Victoria: Brooch Exhibition: South Yarra. See Notices below.

27 October 2010 to 4 December 2010: Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award:
Award $10,000 for contemporary artist. Applications close 15 July 2010. www.deakin.edu.au/art-collection

24 Oct 2010 to 5 Dec 2010: The Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition & Awards 2010: commission on all sales is donated to The Leukaemia Auxiliary of the Royal Children’s Hospital. www.yering.com

Short Courses and Workshops in Sculpture & Drawing,

Thursdays: Viktor Kalinowski studio classes in sculpture: Cheltenham: small classes working in stone, bronze, clay with a life model and drawing once a month. www.kalinowski.com.au
Date : Thursdays. Time: 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm. Place: Studio 5, 19 Grange Rd, Cheltenham 3192
Cost: $40.00 per session.

Saturday 17 July, Sunday 18 July 2010: Limestone Sculpture with Jenny Whiteside at Bulleen Art &
Garden. www.baag.com.au
Times: Sat 10.00 am to 4.00 pm; Sun 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Cost: $88.00 Places available at time of issue.

Saturday 31 July: Mosaics with Sandra Bain at Bulleen Art & Garden. www.baag.com.au
Times: 10.00 am to 4.30 pm Cost: $110.00 Places available at time of issue.

Saturday 7 August 2010: Ceramic sculpture: Meredith Plain, Bulleen Art & Garden. www.baag.com.au
Time: 10.00 am to 3.00 pm. Cost: $70.00 per session. Places available at time of issue.

Galleries and Exhibitions

Galleries and Exhibitions

Heart Gallery Healesville Art Alliance: A new venture gallery that is currently seeking exhibitors of indoor sculptures: innovative new art as well as more traditional work. Preference for Healesville area artists but others considered. Contact Christine 5962 6055 www.healesvilleart.com.au

Cyclone by Judy Newman at the Heart Gallery.

Mingara Gallery, Cowes, Phillip Island: The gallery is now beautifully set up, after some years of hard work by the owner Noelle Buckley. It has four main rooms plus 2 large courtyards, and is prominently placed on a corner on the main road into Cowes, with plenty of parking. Cowes (and the Bass Coast generally) is evolving with lots of development and a bigger focus being placed on Arts & Community. ASV’s Jenny Whiteside emerged as the winner of the Best 3D Prize, and also the Best Overall Exhibit, for 'Angel le Mer', placed prominently at the gallery entrance. Gillian Govan works were also featured.
Gallery details at:
http://www.mingaragallery.com.au/

Jenny Whiteside: Angel le Mer
Gillian Govan: Bracing the Elements

Inter-State News

The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: 23 October to 7 November 2010:
Details at: http://sculptureprize.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/2010_prize
Over 400 entries from national and international artists are received annually and finalists' works are exhibited over a ten day period at the historic Redleaf Council Chambers in Double Bay, Sydney.
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize offers prizes totalling $13,000 including:
* an acquisitive award of $10,000
* The Special Commendation non-acquisitive award of $2,000 and
* The Viewers' Choice, a non-acquisitive award of $1,000.
The 2010 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Exhibition will be launched on the ground floor of the Redleaf Council Chambers on Friday 22 October 2010. The exhibition will be open to the public from Saturday 23 October to Sunday 7 November, 9am - 6pm weekdays, and 10am - 4pm weekends.
Key dates
Saturday 1 May: Call for entries / entry forms available.
Friday 6 August, 5pm: Entries close for pre-selection


Hunter Valley NSW: Sculpture in the Vineyards 2010 Exhibition and Award: 3 Oct 2010 to 2 Jan 2011:
CALL FOR ENTRIES:
Contact E-Mail: sinthev@gmail.com
Deadline Date: 12 July, 2010
SINV 2010 features an innovative array of large-scale outdoor and site-specific works. Artists are provided with a rare opportunity to showcase their work, engaging visitors over a three month exhibition period by inviting them to enjoy contemporary sculpture amidst the springtime beauty of boutique vineyards and an historic town, rich in indigenous and colonial heritage.
SCULPTURE IN THE VINEYARDS EXHIBITION AND AWARD 2010
Entries close 12th July.
Exhibition open to public 4th October 2010 - 2nd January 2010.
THREE AWARDS
Peoples' Choice Award $1,000.00
Noyce Brothers Wines Sculpture Award $3,500.00
The Gate Gallery Student Acquisitive Prize $6,000.00
FOR MORE DETAILS:
Contact the SINV Curator, Cassandra Hard Lawrie on 0425 327 590.
or visit http://projectroom.com/sinv

Notices

New MembersWelcome to the following new members: Kathleen McLennan
ANNUAL EXHIBITION AND AWARDS
of the ASSOCIATION OF SCULPTORS OF VICTORIA INC.
To be held from 6 – 31 October 2010
at THE LIGHT FACTORY GALLERY
21 BROUGHAM STREET ELTHAM VIC
CALLING FOR ENTRIES FROM EMERGING SCULPTORS
WITH
Less than 10 years experience to enter the Prestigious Andor Meszaros Prize
FIRST PRIZE $1000 AND MEDALLION, SECOND PRIZE $500
Entry forms and information
www.sculptorsvictoria.asn.au
tel Marija 03 9489 4537
Entries close 20th August 2010 at 5 pm
Sculpture among the Tulips 2010The Third Annual Tesselaar Sculpture Prize is almost upon us. The Prize has become an exciting new addition to the famous annual Tesselaar Tulip Festival.
Entries are due to close on Friday, 16 July.
The Tulip Festival – in Silvan in the Dandenong Ranges - has been well-established for over 50 years, and runs for four weeks from mid-September to mid-October. The Festival attracts about 50,000 visitors to the many organised activities and popular events.
This year an Acquisitive Award of $7,500 is being offered by Tesselaar to the sculptor winning the Tesselaar Sculpture Prize. A People’s Choice Award of $500, as voted by visitors to the Festival, will also available. One lucky visitor to the Festival will also be selected to win a voter’s prize.
Organised by Tesselaar, and with some assistance from the Association of Sculptors of Victoria, the Tesselaar Sculpture Prize is becoming an established component of Victoria’s arts calendar.
Rachael Pearce, marketing co-ordinator at Tesselaar, said, “As part of continuing our program of developing the Tulip Festival we have been very pleased with the development of the exhibition and competition. The intention is to grow the prize into a significant annual sculpture event and we hope that this year’s increase in prize-money is a step in that direction.”
The Tesselaar Sculpture Prize is a wonderful opportunity for visitors to the Tulip Festival to view and appreciate a range of sculptural styles and mediums in a unique and colourful outdoor setting.
Visitors will be privileged to view sculptures created by some of Victoria’s finest sculptors.
The Tesselaar Tulip Festival will be open each day between 10:00am and 5:00pm, from 16
September to 13 October.
Entries can be downloaded from 
Melbourne's street art gets heritage reviewArts Victoria Announcement Date: 27 May 2010:
Melbourne's world renowned street art will be assessed for its unique heritage value: the Heritage Council of Victoria is to undertake an assessment of the heritage value of culturally significant street art in Melbourne, as well as identifying key street art areas. See:
www.arts.vic.gov.au/About_Us/News/Media_Releases/2010/Melbournes_street_art_gets_heritage_review
CALL FOR SCULPTORSToyota Community Spirit Gallery Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
Applications close 23 July 2010
The annual Indoor Outdoor Sculpture exhibition is open to all Victorian based sculptors of any level of experience from emerging to established artists. The exhibition is designed to showcase the diversity and excellence of sculpture practice in Victoria. There is no cost to apply, no commission on sales and a small fee is available to successful applicants to assist with transport and installation. All successful applicants to the Toyota Community
Spirit Gallery program are eligible to apply for the $10,000 Toyota Community Spirit Artist Travel Award.
For more information and application forms visit www.watcharts.com.au/toyota.html
or download documents here (you must download both documents)
Information for Applicants: http://www.watcharts.com.au/TCSG_Sculpture10Info.pdf
Application Document: http://www.watcharts.com.au/TCSGSculpture10Application.doc
Kind Regards
Ken Wong
Curator, Toyota Community Spirit Gallery
watch arts pty ltd
contemporary art consultants + arts project management
http://www.watcharts.com.au info@watcharts.com.au
phone 03 5821 4548 mobile 0419 570 846
$10,000 Toyota Community Spirit Artist Travel Award 2010Dear Artist
We are pleased to advise that applications for the $10,000 Toyota Community Spirit Artist Travel Award for 2010 are now open. The Award is open to previous exhibitors in the Toyota Community Spirit Gallery program. The Travel Award winning artist will receive $10,000 to assist in funding their proposed travel project. A $2000 Encouragement Award will also be made to one of the short-listed artists. You may propose any type of travel project that you believe has strong potential to significantly enhance you career development.
Applications close 20 August, 2010.
You must download both the Travel Award Information for Applicants and the Travel Award Application document.
Links to these documents are as below or can be downloaded from the
http://www.watcharts.com.au/travelaward.html
http://www.watcharts.com.au/TCS_TravelAward_Info10.pdf
http://www.watcharts.com.au/TCS_TravelAward_Application10.doc
Further information on previous recipients of the award and other details are also available at
http://www.watcharts.com.au/travelaward.html
Kind Regards
Ken Wong
Curator, Toyota Community Spirit Gallery
http://www.watcharts.com.au/toyota.html
watch arts pty ltd
contemporary art consultants + arts project management
http://www.watcharts.com.au info@watcharts.com.au
phone 03 5821 4548 mobile 0419 570 846
CREATION OF SPORTING ACTION: SPARTA 2010
Memorial Hall, Walwa
27 – 29 August 2010
>The Challenge:
The exhibition is open to all artists working in any medium; we would like artists to create a
piece which celebrates or reflects some aspect of sport. The focus (since SPARTA is the brainchild of the Border Walwa Football and Netball Club), is, but not limited to, Football (AFL) and Netball.
>The Objective:
The SPARTA exhibition is designed to create a collision between Sport and Art, the fall out is
expected to generate a new or greater appreciation of both spheres of endeavour from followers of the opposite persuasion. We would particularly like to encourage and engage children in the artistic experience, both from a creative and appreciation perspective. The exhibition will be quirky and fun in order to engage community members who are not usually frequenters of galleries, but will still maintain a high standard to satisfy serious art lovers.
>The Reward:
Artists will profit from the exposure of their works and talent to a new and enthusiastic audience. Pieces will be available for sale, so artists have a financial incentive to exhibit. The exhibition will be judged by a panel of art and photography experts who will generate a list of prize winners in the following categories:
SPARTA 2010 Most Outstanding Art Work of the exhibition
SPARTA 2010 Most Outstanding Photograph of the Exhibition
Best Art Work from a local artist (within a 70Km radius of Walwa)
Best Photograph of subject matter from the 2010 UMFL Season.
Best work from a junior (<15 years) exhibitor
& four other categories to be determined by the judges depending on the entries.
Prize values are yet to be determined and will be dependent on sponsorship and budget
constraints. We anticipate that the prize pool will be well in excess of $2000.
Winning and commended works will (with the artists’ consent) be exhibited at the Albury Library Museum or Albury Art Gallery soon after SPARTA 2010.
>The Program:
Closing date for entry forms: July 30, 2010
Delivery of works: Art and photography work must be delivered to venue between 23/8/2010 and
25/8/2010. Works will then be catalogued and hung.
Exhibition Dates: SPARTA 2010 will run between 27/08/2010 and 29/08/2010.
 SPARTA 2010 Opening gala event will be 7pm Saturday, 28/08/2010.
Fees:
There will be a $5 (TBC) entry fee for each art work, which must be presented in a “ready to hang” state. Freight fees re delivery and return of pieces to the artists shall be the artists’ responsibility.
Pieces which are sold at the event will attract a commission payable to BWFNC of 5%.
Contact Details of Organisers:
Janice Newnham (Treasurer and SPARTA 2010 initiator):
02 6037 1434, 0427 371 434, rpnewnham@optusnet.com.au
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**** Exhibition Opportunity: Brooch the Subject IV ****
Let your creativity run wild and show us what you can do in the field of 2D or 3D 'wearable' art. Entries are now open for Brooch the Subject IV - a unique exhibition of small 'wearable' artworks. Now in its fourth year, this popular show will "tour" from Fitzroy to South Yarra for the first time! So you'll get even more exposure for your artwork!
Entry options: Either make your own 3D brooch (think wearable mini-sculptures) using suitable materials eg: metal, wood, plastic, and objects such as beads, stones, feathers, plastic, wire, found objects, collage, etc - assembled into your own structure - most materials accepted (subject to conditions). Or make your own 2D brooch on the blank Wearable Art Card we'll supply you. Decorate in pen & ink, pencil, pastel, water-colour, gouache, acrylic (again see conditions). We will then laminate & mount a brooch pin on your work/s at no extra charge! Of course, you can enter a mixture of works in both the above formats. Works are to be submitted by Australia Post.
Entry fees - just $5 per work (max 4 entries per person), and your work will be seen at these two venues over a period of 3 months: Fitzroy Library 128 Moor Street, Fitzroy 21 August - 20 October and Toorak/South Yarra Library 340 Toorak Road, South Yarra 3 - 27 November.
NOTE: ENTRY & ARTWORK DEADLINE IS FRIDAY 6 AUGUST.
For more info contact us or go to our website to see works from last year's show, read the FAQ or download the entry form...
http://www.contemporaryartsociety.org.au/exhibitions/Brooch_Subject/Brooch_Subject.html
Note: For CAS members, the entry fee is waived. If you are not already a member of CAS, you are most welcome to apply for Membership and enjoy the benefits...
http://www.contemporaryartsociety.org.au/membership/membership.html
Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. - CAS Artists helping artists, since 1938!
P. O. Box 283, Richmond, Victoria, 3121
Telephone: (03) 9428 0568
web: http://www.contemporaryartsociety.org.au
email: mail@contemporaryartsociety.org.au
SCULPTURE IN THE VINEYARD, LYRE BIRD HILL WINERY, KOONWARRASculpture in the Garden event for 2011 will be moving from my garden where it was shown at Berrys Creek in
2009/10 to the Lyre Bird Hill Winery on the Koonwarra – Inverloch Road between two tourism hot spots.
DATES: Set up Tuesday 14th December 2010
Opening Event Sunday 19th December
Take down Monday 31st January 2011
This covers the peak holiday season. Lyre Bird Hill Winery is open every day in January when up to 200 visitors per day may be expected, especially for their Sicilian Pizza days with music every Sunday. Sculptors, who have not previously shown with Sculpture In The Garden, are invited to submit up to 3 pieces of large scale weatherproof work: smallest dimension 1m.
SETTING: The winery is in a prime position, set back from the highway with a driveway that accommodates 150 cars. It is a secure setting. The grounds are beautifully maintained and give a range of settings for sculptural work – apart from the vineyard with vistas to grassy areas surrounded by mature trees, there is a woodland path by old growth forest, an expanse of rolling lawns around the main building, a flat grassy area besides a waterhole and additional spaces where café tables are laid out.
Secure fencing, owners live on site. Public liability insurance.
This is an exhibition run by artists for artists, not for profit, the Application fee of £120 covers invitation cards and publicity in magazines and newspapers. With a 10% commission on sales to Lyre Bird Hill for full time manning and credit card facilities.
REQUEST fuller details and application forms from newberry.angela@gmail.com. Interested artists should apply as above OR to Margaret McPherson at 870 Koonwarra-Inverloch Road, Leongatha South 3953 – With images of typical work. Enclose stamped envelope for return of material if sent to Margaret.
Deadline 30th June - Selection will be made from material submitted.
Registration as Expert Witness
Subject: National Guide of Expert Witnesses 2010/2011
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:30:38 +1000
From: Jackie Nemy
To: 'mail@sculptorsvictoria.asn.au'
Dear Michael,
In July 2010 the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) will launch the first edition of the National Guide of Expert
Witnesses.
Containing an extensive listing of experts across many specialist areas, this publication will be an invaluable
resource for lawyers. Expert witnesses are frequently required by our members and the greater legal profession
when preparing cases and for court appearances.
The Guide will be distributed free to practising lawyers in July via the Law Institute Journal (LIJ), New South Wales Law Society Journal and the Queensland s Proctor journal. It will also be distributed to the national media.
This means that over 46,000 copies will be distributed to lawyers in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
In recognition of the expertise and professionalism of members of Association of Sculptors of Victoria the LIV would like to offer your members a discounted rate to be listed in the 2010/2011 National Guide to Expert Witnesses.
Members can take up a standard listing or choose from a range of advertising sizes.
As a professional association we would like you to encourage your members to get listed in the Guide so they may receive a 15% discount on any listing they require.
Advertisements may be supplied or created here to meet your requirements Apply for the media kit which contains further information. Were very excited about this Guide and think it will be a fantastic resource for lawyers. Many of our members have been asking for such a title for some time, so I know it will be very well received.
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact me on 03 9607 9496 or Marese 03 9607 9337.
Kind regards,
Jackie Nemy, Publications
Law Institute of Victoria, 470 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia
Ph: +613 9607 9311 (Switchboard) Ph: +613 9607 9496 (Direct)
Fax: +613 9607 9451
Email: jnemy@liv.asn.au Website: http://www.liv.asn.au
Betty Collier and other Overseas Travellers
Please submit Photographs and a short article on any Sculpture or other worthwhile Art that you see while
travelling.
Calling all members
If you have a special quotation you'd like to share....use the newsletter
If you have anything for sale or want to buy...... use the newsletter
If you have a handy tip ......use the newsletter
If you have suggestions, views, concerns about the Association.......use the news letter
If you want to volunteer to help.....please use the newsletter
Gillian Govan

Thanks are due to this winery for their continuing support of ASV functions. KOOYONGA CHAPEL WINERY is next to a ribbon of bush that runs from the Great Australian Divide down to Benalla. It is a small winery owned and operated by the Saunders family. The winemaker is Barry Saunders. 20 acres are planted with equal areas of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. First plantings were in 2000. The mild
climate extends the ripening period and adds to the complexity and intensity of flavour in the grapes. See: www.kooyongachapel.com


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ASV Committee 2009 – 2010
President
Geoff Williams bh 9670 0824

Vice President
Michael Meszaros bh 9853 9610

Treasurer and Public Officer
Patrick Culshaw 9857 9153

SecretaryJohn Bishop 9885 2660

Committee Members
Marija Patterson 9489 4537
Mark Cowie 5348 5696

ASV Coordinators 2009 – 2010
Monthly Activities
Gillian Govan 9579 1221

Membership
Kay Salehi 9808 4056

Web Site:
Jenny Rickards 9836 2738

Exhibitions:
Marija Patterson (Annual 2010/2011) 9489 4537
Beatrice Magolotti (Annual 2010/2011) 9499 3592
Mark Cowie (Tesselaar 2010/2011) 5348 6596
Jenny Rickards (HISAF) 9836 2738
Mark Cowie (MIFGS 2010/2011) 5348 6596

Newsletter:
Geoff Williams bh 9670 0824

FAY D GERBER, NOT HELD BACK BY ADVERSITY

All photos supplied by Fay Gerber All rights reserved by Association of Sculptors of Victoria Inc

President’s Message May 2010

Bronwyn Culshaw suggested a feature piece on Fay Gerber and here it is. Fay has contributed some photos and in discussion on them with her it was clarified how adversity has resulted in changes to her media, but not cessation of sculpture. A lesson for all of us.
Contributions to the newsletter from members are welcome. Nominations of members on which to run a feature article are welcome. Suggestions of interesting features on sculpture in Australia or overseas are welcome. All suggestions to me at the contact telephone shown at end of newsletter please.
A volunteer to collate news items for a section of the newsletter would also be welcome. Sections on which to contribute could be, for example, commentary on recent ASV activities, or review of NAVA announcements.
Members are reminded that we need a nomination for Treasurer, and for Publicity Officer. 
…..Geoff Williams

Quote for the Month

“Whatever you do may seem insignificant but it is most important that you do it" M.GANDHI

Fay Gerber, Sculptor

Bronwyn noted that Fay has been a member of the ASV since the 1950s, and is also a member of the Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors. Fay studied sculpture and pottery at RMIT 1944-1947, and was awarded a 3-year sculpture scholarship. Her teachers included George Allan, Stan Hammond MBE, Victor Greenhalgh, Ann Montgomery, John Rowell OA and Klytie Pate. She returned to studies in 1968-1971 (diploma in ceramics and metal work), 1975 (sculpture), 1977-1978 (jewellery) and 1991-1992 (Netsuke carving and illuminated manuscripts).
Fay has travelled extensively, and not missed opportunities to visit galleries, museums and sculpture parks overseas. Her enviable itineraries have included many countries in Europe, USA, USSR (as it was known at the time), and SE Asia.
Fay’s participation in exhibitions has included the National Gallery of Victoria, Russell Davis Gallery Armadale NSW, the Victorian Public Libraries, Beaumaris Art Group, Rotary Sorrento, Victorian College of Horticulture Burnley, Daimaru Melbourne, Studio Gallerie Brighton, Doncaster Templestowe Gallery, Manningham Art Space, Whitehall Gallery Dromana, Loreto Mandeville Hall, Toorak Village, and of course many ASV exhibitions.
In 1998 she had the misfortune of an accident at home – a fall from a stool resulted in breaks to her right wrist, right elbow, and right leg. Removal of 3 cm from her right leg, and 7 years of rehabilitation, followed. Some would have abandoned their art. Not Fay. During rehabilitation, she embarked on a whole new media: media bark reliefs, and the totem pole works, where it is not necessary to press too hard when she carves.
Fay tries never to miss the ASV speakers each month. A loyal and unbowed Society member.
…..Bronwyn Culshaw, Geoff Williams

Succession Planning

For years, the ASV has begged and pleaded for members to take on executive and exhibition co-ordination positions and responsibilities. Finding volunteers has been like looking for hen's teeth, but when people do come forward they always do remarkably good jobs. Perhaps the most daunting aspect for new volunteers is the fact that they have not done such jobs previously and they are afraid that they do not have the experience. To overcome this legitimate concern, the executive is trying to establish a succession planning process so that a member volunteering for a position will work with the outgoing officeholder for a period of apprenticeship before taking over fully. An example of this process at the moment is with Mark Cowie working with Patrick during the last MIFGS with a view to Mark taking over as Co-ordinator of MIFGS next year. Mark is already involved in negotiations with MIFGS for 2011. We are presently in the process of organising the Annual Show for October. If anybody is interested in apprenticing to Marija Patterson and Beatrice Magalotti, they could learn a great deal from two experienced co-ordinators. At present, the Treasurer's position is becoming vacant and we need a Publicity Officer who could learn a lot from Meredith Plain. …..Michael Meszaros

ASV Coming Activities

Wednesday 9 June 2010: ASV Committee Meeting: No Meeting at Burwood Council Chambers this month: The Committee will discuss procedures for ASV Exhibitions in general, and then Tesselaar in particular.

Monday 21 June 2010: Group visit to the National Gallery: The June meeting of the ASV will be a visit to the Clemenger Auditorium of the National Gallery of Victoria to listen to the Annual Duldig Lecture on Sculpture. This lecture is jointly presented with the Duldig Studio, and given by Dr Felix Kramer, head of the Stadel Museum's Collection of Nineteenth Century, Modern Painting and Sculpture. The lecture focuses on sculptures from the twentieth century within the Stadel Museum collection by eminent European artists including Rodin, Renoir, Degas and Beckmann. It will be held in on Mon 21 Jun, 6 for 6.30. (enter North entrance, via the Arts centre forecourt). The ASV has 20 tickets - please contact Marija Patterson (m@marijakovacs.com) to reserve a ticket(s) and please be at the NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, no later than 6pm to collect your ticket(s).

Wednesday 4 August 2010: ASV Committee Meeting: if you have a burning issue that you would like discussed at this meeting, please contact a Committee Member as listed at the foot of this news sheet, as soon as possible.

Wednesday 6 October to Sunday 31 October 2010: ASV Annual Exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery, 21 Brougham St, Eltham: organised by Marija Patterson and Beatrice Magalotti: 200 square metres indoors and another 200 square metres outdoors: http://thelightfactorygallery.com.au

Other Activities Victoria

11 June to 30 June 2010: Beaumaris Art Group, Lisa Toft Exhibition: at 84 Reserve Rd., Beaumaris: Opening on 11th of June at 7.30 p.m. with drinks etc.: sculpture, ceramics, paintings, prints and jewellery. Open daily 10-1 and on weekends 11 am to 4 pm or by arrangement: telephone 9598 0005.


Friday 16 July 2010: Entries close for Tesselaar Sculpture Prize: Exhibition 16 September to 13 October 2010. Guidelines and Application Forms can be obtained from Mark Cowie at markcowie@aussiebroadband.com.au or at PO Box 1086, Daylesford 3460.


16 April 2010 to 25 July 2010: TarraWarra Museum of Art: Bushfire exhibition: The Arts Recovery Quick Response program has provided a total of $95,400 to support 43 arts projects in bushfire affected areas. TarraWarra Museum of Art has a new exhibition that received a $15,000 grant through Arts Victoria's Arts Development program.

19 March – 29 August 2010: National Gallery of Victoria: Ian Potter Centre: Collage Exhibition: Collage or gluing or attaching paper, fabric, natural objects and ephemera to create or enhance a work of art. It is the first exhibition at the NGV to focus on this art form and includes collages by Sidney Nolan, James Gleeson, Robert Klippel, Gareth Sansom, Elizabeth Gower, Katherine Hattam, Nick Mangan, Brook Andrew and many others. See www.ngv.vic.gov.au/stickit/

11 July 2010 to 19 Sept 2010: McClelland Gallery: Geoffrey Bartlett in the McClelland Room. www.mcclellandgallery.com
 
8 Sept 2010 to 16 Oct 2010: Deakin University Art Gallery: Ewen Coates sculpture over the last 10 years. www.deakin.edu.au/art-collection


17 April 2010 to 17 October 2010: The Ian Potter Museum of Art: Artifacts from Mediterranean, African, Meso-American, Oceanic Regions showing ceremonial practices, belief systems, and sacred custo
www.art-museum.unimelb.edu.art

17 Oct 2010 to 8 Nov 2010: Lorne Sculpture Exhibition: A free community Supported biennial exhibition of 30 major contemporary sculpture works and installations along the Lorne Foreshore. Telf 03 9867 6174. www.lornesculpture.com

27 October 2010 to 4 December 2010: Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award: Award $10,000 for contemporary artist. Applications close 15 July 2010. www.deakin.edu.au/art-collection

24 Oct 2010 to 5 Dec 2010: The Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition & Awards 2010: 10th anniversary; commission on all sales is donated to The Leukaemia Auxiliary of the Royal Children’s Hospital. www.yering.com

Short Courses and Workshops in Sculpture & Drawing, Victoria

Wednesdays to 2 June 2010: Effie Mandelos untutored Life Drawing classes: For artists and those with some experience wanting to enhance and develop skills further.03 9553 5536.
Date : Wednesdays Time: 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.
Place: 1 Rings Rd Moorabbin Melway : 77 J8
Cost: $16.50 per session, with $90 for 6 weeks.


Thursdays: Viktor Kalinowski studio classes in sculpture: Cheltenham: small classes working in stone, bronze, clay with a life model and drawing once a month. www.kalinowski.com.au
Date : Thursdays. Time: 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm.
Place: Studio 5, 19 Grange Rd, Cheltenham 3192
Cost: $40.00 per session.

Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th June 2010: Portraiture in Clay with Viktor Kalinowski: Cheltenham: Workshop suitable for beginners or those wanting to explore a new medium; no prior skills needed. Over the two days Viktor will work with you beginning with drawing exercises and leading on to working directly in clay from the life model. You will spend 6 hours working directly from life, and the other time on more detailed features. Designed for those wanting to develop or refine skills in sculpting the head and facial features. Time: 10am 4.30pm Arrive at 9.45am for a 10am start. Cost $295.00 All materials, use of studio tools and equipment included. Morning tea and lunch provided on both days. Bookings essential as maximum of 10 people. For more information or booking call Viktor on 9584 4599 or Email viktork@bluep.com.au Website www.kalinowski.com.au


Saturday 31 July, Sunday 1 August May 2010: Mosaics with Sandra Bain at Bulleen Art & Garden. www.baag.com.au
Times: Saturday 10.00 am to 4.30 pm; Sunday 3.00pm to 5.00 pm.
Place: Studio 5, 19 Grange Rd, Cheltenham 3192
Cost: $110.00
Places available at time of issue.


Saturday 7 August May 2010: Ceramic sculpture with Meredith Plain at Bulleen Art & Garden. www.baag.com.au
Time: 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.
Place: Studio 5, 19 Grange Rd, Cheltenham 3192
Cost: $70.00 per session.
Places available at time of issue.

Galleries and Exhibitions

1-31 May 2010: Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition: Contemporary sculpture works were exhibited in the shop windows and sidewalks of Toorak Rd.



J Bishop sculpture included in Toorak village Sculpture, 1 of around 19 included from the ASV.



Heart Gallery Healesville Art Alliance: A new venture gallery that is currently seeking exhibitors of indoor sculptures: innovative new art as well as more traditional work. Preference for Healesville area artists but others considered. Contact Christine 5962 6055 www.healesvilleart.com.au
 
Cyclone by Judy Newman at the Heart Gallery.


 







Mingara Gallery, Cowes, Phillip Island: The gallery is now beautifully set up, after some years of hard work by the owner Noelle Buckley. It has four main rooms plus 2 large courtyards, and is prominently placed on a corner on the main road into Cowes, with plenty of parking. Cowes (and the Bass Coast generally) is evolving with lots of development and a bigger focus being placed on Arts & Community. ASV’s Jenny Whiteside emerged as the winner of the Best 3D Prize, and also the Best Overall Exhibit, for 'Angel le Mer', placed prominently at the gallery entrance. Gillian Govan works were also featured.
Gallery details at:
http://www.mingaragallery.com.au/




Jenny Whiteside: Angel le Mer
 
 
 
Gillian Govan: Bracing the Elements

Inter-State News

The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: 23 October to 7 November 2010:
Details at: http://sculptureprize.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/2010_prize
Over 400 entries from national and international artists are received annually and finalists' works are exhibited over a ten day period at the historic Redleaf Council Chambers in Double Bay, Sydney.
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize offers prizes totalling $13,000 including: an acquisitive award of $10,000 The Special Commendation non-acquisitive award of $2,000 and The Viewers' Choice, a non-acquisitive award of $1,000.
The 2010 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Exhibition will be launched on the ground floor of the Redleaf Council Chambers on Friday 22 October 2010. The exhibition will be open to the public from Saturday 23 October to Sunday 7 November, 9am - 6pm weekdays, 10am - 4pm weekends.
Key dates
Saturday 1 May: Call for entries / entry forms available.
Friday 6 August, 5pm: Entries close for pre-selection

Notices

Warning to Sculptors
I received an email from someone enquiring about 2 sculptures to go to South Africa for the soccer world cup. I thought I would play along for a while to see how it will pan out. So I sent back a price for the 2 pieces. The “buyer” agreed straight away and asked me to contact some international freight companies in Vancouver. I checked out the companies and of course the email addresses for them did not exist. I think that everything with a gmail address is already a bit suspicious. The “buyer” also asked me to send an invoice so he could give me his credit card details. I replied that I don’t take credit card and that was the end of it. ……Rudi Jass

From Gillian Govan
Dear friends, My daughters Lael and Yvonne and I thank you most sincerely for all the kind messages of condolence and the beautiful floral tribute we received in memory of Peter. We have been over whelmed by the kindness and support shown to us through out this difficult time. Thank you all so much.

New Members
Welcome to the following new members:
Avis Gardner
Damian Vick

New ASV Treasurer
After 8 years in this position, and also acting as MIFGS Coordinator, Patrick has more than earned the right to retire. A new Association Treasurer is sought for the financial year to 30 June 2011.
The Treasurer: Advises on forward financial planning; Prepares annual and quarterly accounts, and accounts for exhibitions; Maintains records; Receives and banks all monies for the Association; Pays all bills and accounts for the Association; Liaises with public officer for statutory duties; In conjunction with Membership Coordinator, ensures that members are aware of their subscription liabilities, etc.
Knowledge of double entry bookkeeping, email and MSd or equivalent, is essential. Knowledge of MYOB or Quick Books is an advantage (training in either may be possible). Applications and/or nominations to the ASV Secretary or other Committee member please at the telephone shown in the Committee listing below.

Registration as Expert Witness
Subject: National Guide of Expert Witnesses 2010/2011 Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:30:38 +1000 From: Jackie Nemy To: 'mail@sculptorsvictoria.asn.au' Dear Michael, In July 2010 the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) will launch the first edition of the National Guide of Expert Witnesses. Containing an extensive listing of experts across many specialist areas, this publication will be an invaluable resource for lawyers. Expert witnesses are frequently required by our members and the greater legal profession when preparing cases and for court appearances. The Guide will be distributed free to practising lawyers in July via the Law Institute Journal (LIJ), New South Wales Law Society Journal and the Queensland s Proctor journal. It will also be distributed to the national media. This means that over 46,000 copies will be distributed to lawyers in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. In recognition of the expertise and professionalism of members of Association of Sculptors of Victoria the LIV would like to offer your members a discounted rate to be listed in the 2010/2011 National Guide to Expert Witnesses. Members can take up a standard listing or choose from a range of advertising sizes. As a professional association we would like you to encourage your members to get listed in the Guide so they may receive a 15% discount on any listing they require. Advertisements may be supplied or created here to meet your requirements Apply for the media kit which contains further information. Were very excited about this Guide and think it will be a fantastic resource for lawyers. Many of our members have been asking for such a title for some time, so I know it will be very well received. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact me on 03 9607 9496 or Marese 03 9607 9337. Kind regards, Jackie Nemy, Publications Law Institute of Victoria, 470 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia Ph: +613 9607 9311 (Switchboard) Ph: +613 9607 9496 (Direct) Fax: +613 9607 9451 Email: jnemy@liv.asn.au Website: http://www.liv.asn.au

Betty Collier and other Overseas Travellers Please submit Photographs and a short article on any Sculpture or other worthwhile Art that you see while travelling.

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SCULPTURE IN THE VINEYARD, LYRE BIRD HILL WINERY, KOONWARRA
Sculpture in the Garden event for 2011 will be moving from my garden where it was shown at Berrys Creek in 2009/10 to the Lyre Bird Hill Winery on the Koonwarra – Inverloch Road between two tourism hot spots.
DATES: Set up Tuesday 14th December 2010
Opening Event Sunday 19th December
Take down Monday 31st January 2011
This covers the peak holiday season. Lyre Bird Hill Winery is open every day in January when up to 200 visitors per day may be expected, especially for their Sicilian Pizza days with music every Sunday.
Sculptors, who have not previously shown with Sculpture In The Garden, are invited to submit up to 3 pieces of large scale weatherproof work: smallest dimension 1m.
SETTING: The winery is in a prime position, set back from the highway with a driveway that accommodates 150 cars. It is a secure setting. The grounds are beautifully maintained and give a range of settings for sculptural work – apart from the vineyard with vistas to grassy areas surrounded by mature trees, there is a woodland path by old growth forest, an expanse of rolling lawns around the main building, a flat grassy area besides a waterhole and additional spaces where café tables are laid out.
Secure fencing, owners live on site. Public liability insurance.
This is an exhibition run by artists for artists, not for profit, the Application fee of £120 covers invitation cards and publicity in magazines and newspapers. With a 10% commission on sales to Lyre Bird Hill for full time manning and credit card facilities.
REQUEST fuller details and application forms from newberry.angela@gmail.com. Interested artists should apply as above OR to Margaret McPherson at 870 Koonwarra-Inverloch Road, Leongatha South 3953 – With images of typical work. Enclose stamped envelope for return of material if sent to Margaret.
Deadline 30th June - Selection will be made from material submitted.

Calling all members
If you have a special quotation you'd like to share....use the newsletter If you have anything for sale or want to buy...... use the newsletter If you have a handy tip ......use the newsletter If you have suggestions, views, concerns about the Association.......use the news letter If you want to volunteer to help.....please use the newsletter
Gillian Govan

Thanks are due to this winery for their continuing support of ASV functions. KOOYONGA CHAPEL WINERY is next to a ribbon of bush that runs from the Great Australian Divide down to Benalla. It is a small winery owned and operated by the Saunders family. The winemaker is Barry Saunders. 20 acres are planted with equal areas of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. First plantings were in 2000. The mild climate extends the ripening period and adds to the complexity and intensity of flavour in the grapes. See: www.kooyongachapel.com

New Edition of “Sculpture + the enemies”.
See: www.sculptureandtheenemies.com.au
This latest edition includes:
  • Interviews with Jan King (NSW), Simon Perry (Vic), Alex Seton (NSW). 
  • Gallery Exhibitions in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide. 
  • Significant commissions by Michael Meszaros and Geoffrey Bartlett 
  • Macquarie Sculpture Park. 
  • Significant Exhibitions to Enter 
  • Some Auction Results





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ASSOCIATION OF SCULPTORS OF VICTORIA INC
ASV Committee 2009 – 2010
President
Geoff Williams bh 9670 0824

Vice President
Michael Meszaros bh 9853 9610

Treasurer and Public Officer
Patrick Culshaw 9857 9153

Secretary
John Bishop 9885 2660

Committee members
Marija Patterson 9489 4537
Mark Cowie 5348 5696

ASV Coordinators 2009 – 2010

Monthly Activities
Gillian Govan 9579 1221

Membership
Kay Salehi 9808 4056

Web Site:
Jenny Rickards 9836 2738

Exhibitions:
Jenny Rickards (HISAF): 9836 2738
Patrick Culshaw (MIFGS): 9857 9153
Marija Patterson and Beatrice Magolotti (Annual)

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