Perpetual Guardian Small Sculpture Prize 2023 - 29th May 2023

Kazu Nakagawa and his works Artificial Landscapes #39, #39 - Timber / Totara and charr.

Presented by Perpetual Guardian in association with Te Motu Vineyard and the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, the Small Sculpture Prize is a national award for an original free standing or wall sculpture up to 800mm in any direction. The Premiere prize is $5000, and a Gallery Patrons Merit prize of $2000.

The Selector and Judge this year is Kate Darrow, Curator and Collection Manager.

The Winner of this year's Premier Prize is Kazu Nakagawa for his Artificial Landscapes #39, #39 - Timber / Totara and charr. 

The Gallery Benefactor Merit Award was awarded to Annie Smits Sandano for her work Portrait In Clay 3 - Glazed Stoneware.

I would like to congratulate the Award recipients and all the finalists.
Many thanks to Perpetual Guardian, Te Motu Vineyard, Kate Darrow and Waiheke Community Art Gallery for continuing to host this fabulous celebration of small sculpture. 

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