Artworks ranging from $84 to a massive $78,000 will be on sale at this weekend's second Sculpture in an Orange Garden exhibition.
The two-day exhibition will again be run in the gardens at the Rosemont property on Cadia Road owned by Brian and Ellen Fisher.
Mrs Fisher said the two most expensive works on display, at $78,000 and $68,000, were by international sculptor Daniel Krause who now lives in Australia after residing in China and the United States.
Richard Walker, the president of the Friends of the Orange Regional Gallery, who are organising this year's event, said there were expected to be about 250 works from 72 sculptors on display.
Last year there were about 200 works from 50 sculptors.
VIDEO: Sculpture preview
The event starts with a cocktail party on Friday April 12 from 4.30pm-7pm with tickets ($35) on sale at the Orange Regional Gallery and its website.
The exhibition will run on Saturday and Sunday from 9.30am-4.30pm with entry costing $10 per person, $15 per couple and children free. Food and drink will be available for sale and there will be activities for children. All works will be for sale.
Returning artists include Peter Kasper whose works include 'Hope.'
"We've been to Japan for holidays for quite a few years. This is actually the Japanese writing for hope," he said.
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