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Batemans Bay Sculpture walk shaping up.

The first of the three sculptures that were both acquired and won at the 2018 Sculpture on Clyde exhibition, was unveiled on Australia Day by the local member, Andrew Constance.

The sculpture, Pelicant, by Eden artist, Jesse Graham was installed at the end of the rockwall near the Marina. Pelicant won the Peoples Choice award and the money to buy it was sourced from crowdfunding, showing how much Bateman Bay values the Sculpture Walk.

Two other sculptures will be installed along the foreshore soon. They are the 2018 winning entry, Dance by Japanese sculptor, Harauki and John Fitzmaurice's shining Portal , funded by private donations and the chamber of Commerce. These three new sculptures will add $200,000 worth of artwork to the the 2017 winner Dora Roganvaldsdottir’s Duet and Bouyansea, already in place.

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