By now, you’ve probably all seen the gorgeous images of deep, crisp snow coming out from the Snowy Mountains and in Victoria’s Highlands, and experienced serious winter FOMO.

Although snow may be rare up in Sydney that same feeling of chilled relaxation isn’t. The sixth annual Sculpture at Scenic World has opened in the Blue Mountains; showcasing a stunning display of  immersive, nature-based artworks.

Artists such as Elyssa Sykes Smith, Marta Ferracin, Chris Bennie, and Elin & Keino are displaying their stunning ability to create art that complements, yet is at odds with its natural surroundings. Pale strings are stretched translucently between trees, while coloured glass reflects gaudy light through the trees.

As the weather gets colder, it is the perfect time to escape the hustle of the city and experience the natural beauty Sydney’s surrounding bushlands.

Remember: art is everywhere! If you’d like to be tipped off about more art out and about, book one of our tours.

 Chris Bennie

Chris Bennie

 Elin & Keino

Elin & Keino

 Emily Kaar

Emily Kaar

 Harrie Fasher

Harrie Fasher

 Jody Graham

Jody Graham

 Kevina Jo-Smith

Kevina Jo-Smith

 Louis Pratt

Louis Pratt

 Louisa Magrics

Louisa Magrics

 Mark Surtees

Mark Surtees

 Claire Becker

Claire Becker

 Marta Ferracin

Marta Ferracin

 Sally Kidall

Sally Kidall

 Sally Simpson

Sally Simpson

 Selena Seifert & Chris Wellwood

Selena Seifert & Chris Wellwood

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