The Heysen Sculpture Biennial

		
  • IMPOSING MY ORDER ON NATURE - Penny Choate HSB 2000
  • TRANSMOOTATION - Vic Waclawik HSB 2012
  • UNTITLED - Bernadette Van Eyk HSB 2002
  • UNTITLED - Pamela Kouwenhoven HSB 2004
  • WAVE - Colin Rogers HSB 2004
  • FREE RANGED BATTERY HENS - Kym Afford HSB 2008
  • THE BIRD HEADED ONE CONTEMPLATES A BOWER - Ian Hamilton HSB 2008
  • PALAEO EXTINCTUS - Pamela Kouwenhoven HSB 2008
  • GREEN SEEDS - Ron Rowe HSB 2008
  • RUBIDA CELEBRATION - Evette Sunset HSB 2008
  • SHAKEY LADDERS - Penny Choate HSB 2010
  • CEREMONY - John Hayward HSB 2010
  • HOMAGE - David Kerr HSB 2010
  • LIFE SENTENCE - Andrew Parish HSB 2010
  • PHOTO TRAPPER - Will Powrie HSB 2010
  • NEXT STOP, MEROPE, PLEIADES - Kym Afford HSB 2012
  • DOO WOP - Roy Ananda and Johnnie Dady HSB 2012
  • THE AGONISING PARALYSIS OF CHOICE - Rick Clise HSB 2012
  •  BOWER TOWER PROJECT: LARGE MARQUETTE #1 - Ian Hamilton and John Hayward HSB 2012
  • RÉGATES - James Martin HSB 2012
  • BURNT OFFERING - Pamela Kouwenhoven HSB 2012
  • WHAT NEXT? - Helen Printer HSB 2012
  • GUARDIAN - Julia Robinson HSB 2012
  • REGROWTH - Deb Sleeman HSB 2012
  • THE SHADY POOL - Peter Syndicas HSB 2012
  • SHOOT - Tim Thomson HSB 2012
  • NOSTALGIC LENS - Tis Milner-Nichols HSB 2012
  • PARTNERS - Nicholas Uhlmann HSB 2012
  • GATES OF REASON - Geoff Overheu HSB 2014
  • DISSOLUTION - Sandra Cross HSB 2014
  • LEGACY - Quentin Gore HSB 2014
  • THE PRESENCE OF THE ABSENCE - Gail Hocking HSB 2014
  • HORIZON FIGURE - Greg Johns HSB 2014
  • A WOMAN STRUGGLING WITH HERSELF #2 - Helen Printer HSB 2014
  • GHOST DINGOES - Clancy Warner HSB 2014
  • RILEY THE HOMELESS POLAR BEAR - Perry Warren HSB 2014
  • GENIALLY MODIFIED CROP - Ian Hamilton and John Hayward HSB 2016
  • WOMEN OF ARABIA - Tony Hannan HSB 2016
  • CHARCOAL STACK - David Kerr HSB 2016
  • NESTS - Maggie Moy HSB 2016
  • TRANSITION - Fatih Semiz HSB 2016
  • IMPOSING MY ORDER ON NATURE - Penny Choate HSB 2000

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Call to Artists Open

Artist submissions for the 2019 HSB are now open until 30 June 2018. Notification will be by 31 July 2018.  Click here to register.

History

The Heysen Sculpture Biennial began with a dozen works in year 2000 as an initiative of Adelaide Hills artist Helen Lyons. Lyons was the founder of Trees Please, the environmental group responsible for the continuing rehabilitation of the tracts of bushland within The Cedars.

Works exhibited during the Heysen Sculpture Biennials range widely from ephemeral temporary works utilising the natural materials at The Cedars to contemporary sculpture responding to today's issues. The emphasis is on quality.

The HSB is sited in the beautiful, wooded grounds of The Cedars, located outside Hahndorf, South Australia.

The Cedars was home from 1912 to painter, draughtsman and seminal interpreter of the Australian light and landscape, Sir Hans Heysen.

Heysen's studio, the oldest surviving purpose-built artist studio in Australia, still stands and is open to the public six days a week. The Heysen family encourages the public to explore and enjoy the grounds. Only 20 minutes away from Adelaide and close to the most-visited tourist destination of Hahndorf, The Cedars is well-positioned to host the significant exhibition of contemporary sculpture that the Heysen Sculpture Biennial has become.

The 2019 HSB exhibition opens the last Sunday in February and runs until the end of April 2019. For news and updates about the exhibition join our Mailing List. We hope to see you during the 2019 HSB.