Lake light sculpture on Lake Jindabyne's foreshore
is on again Easter 2013
Lake Light Sculpture is an inspiring free outdoor sculpture exhibition and competition which will be held along the stunning foreshore of Lake Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains of NSW from March 28-31 2013.
The Easter long weekend offers a fantastic opportunity to experience Jindabyne’s charms. The sculptures are displayed in an evocative setting with the reflections of the Snowy Mountains on the lake, providing a living studio for the artworks but it is as night falls that the real magic begins. Illumination has, since the festivals inception, been a defining element of Lake Light Sculpture. Artists embed lighting, reflection and optical tricks into their sculptures to play on the light of Easter’s full moon. The effect is dramatic, transforming the already interesting sculptures and revealing hidden elements. It’s an ideal time to bundle up against the autumn chill and walk hand-in-hand with the ones you love along the foreshore.
Artists of every calibre – including professionals, school and community groups, and the tradesmen for whom the event was established – participate in the event. Prizes include a sculpture residency at ANU, the coveted people’s choice award, and the illumination award for the sculpture that best lights up the star-strewn night.
Lake Light Sculpture would like to thank our major sponsors Snow Escape Holidays.
Thank you to our 2013 sponsors:
Artists wishing to participate should contact
Todd Costa 0418 484 100