Stephen Bird, Camie Lyons and Peter Vandermark | Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Finalists

Three artists from the Olsen Irwin stables have been selected as finalists in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize for 2014. Peter Vandermark, Camie Lyons and Stephen Bird will each have a work exhibited at the Woollahra Council Chambers In Double Bay over a period of sixteen days.

Established in 2001, the prize bestows an acquisitive award of $15,000 to first place for creating an original, freestanding sculpture of up to 80cm in any dimension.

“The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize has distinguished itself as one of the more critically significant awards for a local artist to win. Previous recipients include some of Australia’s best contemporary artists such as Mikala Dwyer, Adam Cullen, Alexander Seton and Archie Moore.” – The Art Life

The prize receives over 500 submissions each year from Australian and International artists. Of those entries, approximately 40 are chosen as finalists.

Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize
18 October – 2 November 2014
Woollahra Municipal Council
536 New South Head Road
Double Bay, New South Wales 2028



Camie Lyons, Bone Umbilical 2, 2014, bronze, 50 x 54 x 40cm


Stephen Bird, Ancestral Figure, 2014, ceramic with pigment and glaze, 65 x 29 x 32cm


Peter Vandermarck, Clerestory 80, 2014, fibreboard, plywood, paint, mirrored acrylic sheet, 80 x 80 x 80cm


Camie Lyons | Bull Bay Artist Residency and Workshop

Take part in a workshop held by Camie Lyons and Joanna Logue at the Bull Bay Artist Residency Workshop on Tasmania’s Bruny Island. The workshop will focus on working en plein air in both 2 and 3D formats. Running from April 12 to 13 2014, the workshop will also include dinner with the artists and accommodation in nearby cottages on the beautiful Bruny Island. The Bull Bay Artist Residency studio is located on North Bruny, with an outlook over Bull Bay, Storm Bay and Iron Pot Lighthouse – an inspiring landscape for any artist or creative mind.

Bull Bay Artist Residency Workshop with Camie Lyons and Joanna Logue
12 – 13 April 2014
401 Bruny Island Main Road
Bruny Island, Tasmania 7150

Contact Jane Wilson at the Bull Bay Artist Residencies for more information – jane@bullbay.com.au


Camie Lyons, Pretty Little Basket Case. 2013, Bronze, 38.5 x 40 x 24cm



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