The Nundle Art Exhibition
is conducted annually in November and draws artist from a wide area of New South Wales. Nundle is situated 50km south of Tamworth and attracts many tourists to this beautiful country towm.
is a major environmental wind responsive artwork made by 180 children from five local schools around Murrurundi in the Upper Hunter, designed and coordinated by artists from the Jennifer Turpin Studio in Sydney. Many volunteers assisted in the workshops to produce the display and local artist Rodney Swansborough assisted by Gilly Paterson, created a river sound scape from recordings conducted in a series of sound workshops with the local schools.
Address: 71 Mayne Street (New England Highway)
Murrurundi - New South Wales 2338
Mobile: 042 777 57 07
Scone Art Prize
- held annually in Scone in the Upper Hunter of New South Wales at the Scone Arts & Craft centre, Kingdon Street Scone in mid-September
Roslyn Robinson Art
- Roslyn Robinson (who is Rodney Swansborough's twin sister) is a highly respected artist from Victoria, Australia. She has successfully completed a three year degree in Visual Arts at Monash University and has held a number of successful exhibitions in Victoria. Roslyn regularly undertakes commissioned work and her art works are for sale.
Pottery and Sculptures by Andrena Smith and Roshelle McKillop. Andrena Smith has a down to earth approach to her pottery and wire sculptures. Her readinessto experiment with other mediums provides another dimension to her woks. Mediums include old fencing wire, electrical wire, corrugated iron, stainless steel, woven mesh and clay. Rochelle McKillop is inspired by her natural surroundings and love of animals - using a combination of rusty wire, netting, pottery and steel.
Upstairs Art Gallery and Student Exhibition 2007
: Upstairs Art Studio and Gallery was officially opened on Sunday 9th December, 2007 by Brad Franks, the Arts Centre Manager of the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre. Over 70 students works were exhibited as well as a number of works by Rodney Swansborough. Brian Duck won the inaugural student winner award, and Gilly Paterson and Theresa Byrne both recieved commendation awards. The student exhibition was judged by local water colour artist Jean Davies.