Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Exhibition is on until 3 November at Woollahra Council Chambers.

Brand X resident Artists Tina Fox is part of this year exhibition as a finalist.

Tina is one of Brand X Artist residents at TWT Visual Arts Studio at St Leonards. Her piece at the Exhibition is called ‘Made by Hand’ made from hand crochet in cotton thread. The piece is a reflection on the future of craft and how crochet can develop a language that resonates with a digital future. "Crochet cannot be made by machine but this work suggests what a futuristic crochet machine could look like" said the artist.

Established in 2001, the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize attracts strong support from artists, collectors and critics and is the first national acquisitive prize for an original, freestanding sculpture of up to 80cm in any dimension.

Over 500 entries from Australian and international artists are received annually and approximately 45 finalists' works are exhibited at the historic Woollahra Council Chambers in Double Bay, Sydney, Australia.

The main award each year is the acquisitive 'The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize' which expands the Council's permanent public collection. On display all year round for the community to enjoy for free, visitors can discover some of the world’s most exciting contemporary sculptures and often be introduced to the most innovative artists working in the medium.

Woolahra Small Sculpture prize