The Heysen Sculpture Biennial

		
  • 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
  • TRANSMOOTATION - Vic Waclawik HSB 2012

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The 2019 HSB is now open until 30 April

The 2019 Heysen Sculpture Biennial was officially opened on Sunday 24 February by Dr Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs, Art Gallery of South Australia.

For the first time we also have an exhibition of small artworks inside the Nora Heysen Studio behind the shop. All works are for sale.

Dogs on leads are welcome at The Cedars.

As the Adelaide Festival event at The Cedars has finished the 2019 HSB is open normal hours: Tuesdays - Sundays 10:00 am - 4:30pm. The $7.50 grounds admission charge, payable to The Cedars, is discounted for exhibition visitors from the normal grounds admission charge. The Heysen Sculpture Biennial Inc. does not receive proceeds from the grounds admission fee.

See the 2019 HSB exhibition page here.

Easter holiday hours

The Cedars will be closed on Good Friday April 19th, but open on Saturday April 20th, Sunday April 21st, and Easter Monday April 22nd.

Printed catalogue now $5

We've reduced the price for the beautiful A5 printed catalogue and it is now available for $5.00 from the shop at The Cedars, or by mail within Australia $5.00 + $2.60 postage and handling = $7.60. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you want to order one delivered by mail.

 

Thank you Greg and Rosie Egan for this great photo looking through Rebecca Lloyd's lovely work, 'Perspective'.

Online, down-loadable Education Resource

Another first for the 2019 HSB is the free Education Resource on our website, down-loadable as a .pdf file. This document is designed for year 11 and year 12 visual arts students and teachers, and it follows the South Australian Certificate of Education curriculum. School groups are invited to download the file, print it if required and refer to it during school visits to The Cedars to walk through the 2019 HSB. There is a nominal charge per student for these group school tours. This project was funded by a grant from the Gordon Darling Foundation. Click here for more info.

Support the HSB through a tax-deductible donation

The Heysen Sculpture Biennial Inc can now directly receive tax deductible donations as we are listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations (ROCO) and have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status through the Australian Taxation Office. Please support the HSB with your tax deductible donation. Visit our Donate page here.

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Our exhibition short URL: www.2019hsb.com.au

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