celebrating Christmas, creativity and community in Newport

The NEWPORT SCULPTURE TRAIL is a collaborative, sculpture exhibition featuring the works of Northern Beaches artists in the pre-Christmas window displays of Newport Beach shopping village. The trail runs from 12 to 27 November 2016 **the 2016 theme is ANYTHING GOES**

Newport Sculpture Trail 2016

In 2016 the Newport Sculpture Trail will exhibit from 12 to 27 November in the Christmas window displays of Newport's shops.
The theme for 2016 is “ANYTHING GOES”.

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Newport-Pittwater Business Community

The Newport Sculpture Trail represents a major annual event on the Newport-Pittwater Business Community inc. calendar, bringing together local artists and businesses to celebrate creativity, community and Christmas in the heart of the Newport shopping village.

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2016 Newport Sculpture Trail map

The Newport Sculpture Trail map for 2016 with voting forms for the RUKUS People's Choice award can be collected at any participating shop, recognisable by the white flower box in front.

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Fiona Verity and Madeline Greenwood draw the prizes

Newport Sculpture Trail 2016 winners!

The winner of the 2016 RUKUS People’s Choice award goes to Matt Dillon’s “The Islands Keeper”. The second highest number of votes went to “Migaloo” by Ron Tuck in Vampt Vintage Design, closely followed by “Woman, Child and Cat” by Polly Ryrie in My Organic Hairdresser. All voters also went into the draw to win

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2016 Sculptors Announced

Congratulations to the successful sculptors who will be exhibiting in the Newport Sculpture Trail 2016 –  from 12 to 27 November in the heart of the Newport Beach shopping village: Catherine Cull; Cheryl Cogle; Christine Simpson; Dianne Turner; Fiona Brien; David Livingston; Eleanora Lyall; Geoff Searl; Graeme Gould; Jane Plowman; Madison Papageorge; Matthew Dillon; Miki

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People's Choice Award winner


Newport artist, Cheryl Cullen has been voted the People’s Choice at the recent 2015 Newport Sculpture Trail with her sculpture “Shadow Dancer”. She is pictured below receiving her award and $500 cash prize from Chris Riou of Newport Travel, co-organiser of the Newport Sculpture Trail. When talking about what inspired her work, Cheryl says “I am

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30 pallet boxes of Christmas-coloured flowers will again mark the shops participating in the ‪#‎NewportSculptureTrail‬ in November. A huge thank you to: ‪Frank Rose‬ from ‪Abbey Pallets‬ for supply and delivery of the pallets; ‪Northern Beaches Mens Shed‬ at Manly for the creation of the flower boxes; and ‪Chris Riou‬ of ‪Newport Travel‬ for growing and planting the flowers.

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