October & November 2018
Artentwine in the Tamar Valley Tasmania
oin in the Northern Tasmanian ‘vine art movement’ this October and November 2018 celebrating Artentwine third sculpture exhibition in the lavish indoor/outdoor surrounds of five Tamar Valley Tasmania boutique and estate vineyards.
Relax and enjoy the contemporary outdoor sculptures created by talented Australian and International artists and wander through the picturesque valley landscape and local villages.
Make the most of this unique opportunity by tasting the Tamar Valley’s world-renowned cold climate wines and sampling the bespoke local produce. Participate in the Artentwine Awards Weekend, the Spirit of Tasmania’s Indulgent Weekend or the Petuna Seafood People’s Choice Award Long Lunch. Bookings through Eventbrite here.
View the West Tamar Council $20,000 acquisitive prize and the Bell Bay Aluminium $5,000 Small Sculpture prize which have been chosen from among the 40 National and International contemporary sculptures entered. All will be sensitively sited in vineyard landscapes by our curator Patrick Sutczak.
The exhibitions sites follow the western banks of the Tamar River from Rosevears to Rowella. Explore the area, visit the Artentwine exhibition trail and wineries – Tamar Ridge Cellar Door, Moores Hill Estate, Goaty Hill Wines, Iron Pot Bay Vineyard and Holm Oak Vineyards.
Start the trail early in the day. We advise checking in at the cellar door prior to viewing the works. While you are there see the winner of the Christina Holmdahl Award and register your vote for the Petuna Seafoods People’s Choice Award and the New Vintage in the Valley wine prize. You are most welcome to purchase a glass of wine or tasting plate while viewing the sculptures and vineyard landscapes.
The exhibitions are open from the 28 September to the 30 November from 11am – 5pm.
If you’re inspired and happen to fall in love with any of the sculptures note that they are all for sale at artentwine.com.au
Fancy a relaxing holiday with beautiful scenery, food, wine and genuinely friendly locals? Plan Your Visit to the Tamar Valley today.