Nic Fiddian-Green At Polo International

The Olsen Irwin Gallery is thrilled to announce that we will be doing a pop up exhibition of Nic Fiddian-Green bronzes at the International Polo match at Windsor Polo Club on the 4th of April.

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The works will be displayed as part of collaboration with Willo Polo Club.

Willo Polo operates out of the magnificent Sydney Polo Club facilities in Richmond. Located 50 minutes from the Sydney CBD, Willo Polo is fronted by Andrew Williams, one of Australia’s highest rated professional polo players. Rated at 5 goals, Andrew has played right around the world, twice been part of Australia’s World Cup Team and recently captained it. Willo Polo offers complete polo management, polo coaching and lessons.

Nic Fiddian-Green’s equine bronzes will be displayed inside this year’s Willo Polo marquee at the International.

This year witnesses the historic grudge match Australia V New Zealand.


Willo Polo invites anyone wanting to enjoy a day out in the last of the warm autumn sun to join them in their marquee at the Polo International.

Tickets are $175 and include food and Alcohol as well as entry into the official after party.


2015 Test Match Invite


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Nic Fiddian-Green | The Telegraph

After visiting the studio of Nic Fiddian-Green in our last post, we are now transported to his idyllic family home. Earlier this year The Telegraph readers were given a tour of Fiddian-Green’s home in Surrey Downs, UK. Read the entire article here on The Telegraph website.

Nic Fiddian-Green: New Works
30 October – 17 November 2013

Olsen Irwin
63 Jersey Road
NSW 2025 Woollahra


Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph


Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph


Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph


Nic Fiddian-Green | DW Documentary

“A giant horse’s head at London’s Marble Arch has become something of a local landmark. It’s the work of British artist Nic Fiddian Green. He’s been producing monumental bronze sculptures for 20 years – and they’re all about horses.” – DW

As Nic Fiddian-Green‘s monumental sculptures are shimmied into position at Olsen Irwin, in preparation for tomorrow’s opening of his exhibition of new works, it is timely to get to know more about the man behind the horse’s head. DW have featured Fiddian-Green in a short documentary in his Surrey Downs studio. As we watch Fiddian-Green at work in his studio we are given unparalleled insight into his processes, techniques, inspiration and concepts – an absolute must see.

Nic Fiddian-Green: New Works
30 October – 17 November 2013

Olsen Irwin
63 Jersey Road
NSW 2025 Woollahra


Camie Lyons | Australian High Commission, Singapore

Camie Lyons has just returned from her trip to Singapore for the opening of ‘Loaded: Art celebrating the legend of Ned Kelly‘ at the Australian High Commission. The exhibition showcased modern and contemporary Australian art, with Lyons’ sculptures taking centre stage in the commission’s Atrium Gallery.

Loaded: Art celebrating the legend of Ned Kelly
18 September – 31 October 2013
Monday to Friday
8:30 – 4:30

Australian High Commission
Atrium Gallery
25 Napier Road

Nothing Felt Real to Me No More

Camie Lyons, ‘Nothing Felt Real to Me No More’, 2013, Bronze, 77 x 35 x 26cm



Stephen Ormandy | Share Design | Sydney Contemporary

Share Design were quick to spot Stephen Ormandy‘s beautiful new sculptures that will be on show at Sydney Contemporary Art Fair this weekend. Following the works’ progress via Ormandy’s instagram, Share Design instantly fell in love.

“This body of work is a continuation of Stephen’s last exhibition, which was celebrated for the series of bold colour-blocked works. This collection however is a beautiful step to the side, as Ormandy has explored the same shapes but in a ‘softer’ palette of materials – Ormandy has combined the earthiness of marble and black stone, with the beauty of bronze.” – Share Design


Stephen Ormandy, Digital organic mineral V, 2013, marble and bronze, 18 x 14 x 5cm, $2750 – edition of 8


Stephen Ormandy, Digital organic mineral VI, 2013, marble and blackstone, 15 x 9 x 9cm, $2750 – edition of 8

Ormandy’s new sculpture along with many more Olsen Irwin favourites will be on display at the Olsen Irwin stand at the Sydney Contemporary Art Fair from tonight until Sunday 22 Sept.

Sydney Contemporary Art Fair
245 Wilson Street
Eveleigh NSW 2015

Thursday 19 Sept – Sunday 22 Sept 2013

Opening Hours:
Thursday 6-9pm
Friday 12-7pm
Saturday 10-6pm
Sunday 10-5pm

Tickets available for sale here.