Winning sculptor is back with another

Award winning Oberon based artist, Harrie Fasher, is back in town and entering another masterpiece in the 2016 ‘Somewhere Down the Lachlan’ sculpture exhibition and competition. 

A metal horse titled ‘Balance’, examines the divisions of a creative existence. 

She describes it as one end rearing, and attacking life; whilst its opposing end stands pensively – observing the world around them.  Standing on a rocking base the sculpture proposes a methodology of oscillations between the two states of being.

After taking home the Sculpture Forbes acquisition prize for 2015, Harrie has encouraged assistants Nicole O’Regan and Steve Hogan to enter this year. Harrie is transporting her horse from Bathurst to install in Forbes this Friday, September 23.

Sculpture Forbes opens Friday September 30 at 6pm at the Albion “art park”. 

The 2016 sculpture acquisition prize will be announced and the progress of the Somewhere Down the Lachlan project celebrated. 

Refreshments will be available for purchase. 

Oberon sculptor Harrie Fasher with Metaland’s Allan Wilding, who is helping her transport her sculpture to Forbes.

Oberon sculptor Harrie Fasher with Metaland’s Allan Wilding, who is helping her transport her sculpture to Forbes.

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