broomhill 2014 national sculpture prize

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The 2014 National Sculpture Prize Exhibition is now on and celebrating its 5th Anniversary!

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The Broomhill Art & Sculpture Foundation launched the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize competition in 2009, to provide an exciting challenge for new and emerging UK based sculptors. This annual event is a distinctive addition to the national art calendar, not only as it promotes contemporary sculpture, but as a unique twist, the public are invited to vote for their favourite work and help select a winner. The final Ten sculptors have a distinctive mixture of styles and influences, with a variety of material uses and concepts. The exhibition exemplifies the diverse forms that sculpture can take, some pieces have a serious message, others are simply fun and interactive. This and of course the public’s involvement in choosing a winner, will ensure that this exhibition is the most exciting we’ve hosted yet! We wouldn’t have been able to attract the calibre of artists we have, if it wasn’t for the support of our sponsors, Bray Leino, Parker Hannifin, Isendyouthis and Castle Fine Arts Foundry, who have helped to back the competition. Thank you to this year’s judges Simon Hitchens, Laury Dizengremel and Stuart Fiddes, their assistance in selecting the finalists has been invaluable. We will announce the winners in October. You can visit the sculptors blogs and stay up-to-date with what’s happening at Broomhill by visiting

Rinus and Aniet van de Sande Broomhill Art & Sculpture Foundation A Community Interest Company.