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									ART CHAT
PUBLIC PROGRAM
The McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award 2010
                        Survey Artists’ Talk:
                        Ashika
                        Daniel Clemmett Tuesday 23 November 2010
                                              Talk 2pm
                        Dean Colls            Entry to McClelland for this talk is by donation
                        Gregor Kregar         Bookings: 03 9789 1671


The McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award 2010 presents 34
sculptures displayed throughout 16 hectares of landscaped
gardens and natural bushland, from 21 November 2010 – 17 July
2011.
Ashika currently lives and works in Carlsruhe, Victoria. He has
exhibited extensively including at Sculpture by the Sea,
Sydney (2000); McClelland Sculpture Survey & Award,
McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park, Victoria (2003, 2005, 2010)
and the Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Victoria
(2007). In 2008 two of Ashika’s sculptures were selected for the
Public Art Collection for Eastlink, Victoria.
Daniel Clemmett currently lives and works in Clunes, New
South Wales. He has exhibited in a variety of exhibitions,
including Chrysalis: Emergence of Northern Rivers Artists at
Lismore Regional Gallery (2006) and the McClelland Sculpture
Survey & Award, McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park, Victoria
(2007, 2010). Clemmett was selected as Artist in Residence
at the Montgomery Sculpture Trust in Buckinghamshire (2002,
2005, 2008).
Dean Colls currently lives and works in Melbourne, Victoria.
He has worked as a freelance sculptor and set designer in the
theatre, film and television industries. Colls was commissioned
to create two major artworks for the Australian War Memorial,
Canberra in 2007 and 2009. He has won awards at the Chelsea
International Flower Show (2005), the Melbourne International
Flower and Garden Show (2004), and was short-listed in the State
of Design Awards, Victoria (2004).
Gregor Kregar currently lives and works in Auckland and Berlin.
He has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Australia,
New Zealand and internationally. These have included Shelter,
McColl Centre for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC, USA (2006); Piercing
the Clouds, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney (2008); and Twisting The
Void 2, Cornish, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (2010).
                                                                    Photography: John Gollings

                                                                    Walking along the sculpture trail is required.
                                                                    Please wear comfortable shoes.

McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park
390 McClelland Drive
Langwarrin VIC 3910
Mel Ref. 103 E3
Open Tues-Sun 10am to 5pm                                                                           info@mcclellandgallery.com
03 9789 1671                                                                                        www.mcclellandgallery.com

								
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