Held from September 13 - 22, Swell Sculpture Festival will bring together an eclectic mix of sculptures from national and international artists
Held from September 13 - 22, Swell Sculpture Festival will bring together an eclectic mix of sculptures from national and international artists Rowly Emmett

Preparations progressing for Swell Sculpture Festival

SWELL Sculpture Festival is the largest outdoor sculpture exhibition in Queensland and brings an eclectic mix of sculptures from local, national and international artists to the Tweed's doorstep at Currumbin Beach.

It is an opportunity to for international artists to bring new work to the festival and to share their creative practices with local artists and the community.

Held from September 13 - 22, Swell Sculpture Festival will bring together an eclectic mix of sculptures from national and international artists
Held from September 13 - 22, Swell Sculpture Festival will bring together an eclectic mix of sculptures from national and international artists Rowly Emmett

This year Swell Sculpture Festival attendees will enjoy interesting sculptures such as a flying pig, a sculptural installation by Chris Bennie featuring a caravan from the Bundaberg Floods, a steel origami blue wren and a 3m high surfer girl.

Modern forms and inspiration drawn from the work of crabs are just a taste of what will be on offer from more than 50 artists attending this year's festival.

It will be held from September 13 to 22.

For more information about the event and for transport details visit swellsculpture.com.au



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