News from Jenny

Coming up in 2018!

Interplay-1-web An exciting year ahead ….
‘Interplay 1′ is  a finalist in the University of Western Sydney Sculpture Award & Exhibition  (4 May-4 June).
November heralds another solo show –   Jenny Green continues her exploration of movement and emotion with sculptures of lines, curves and colour (at traffic jam galleries).
And to start 2018, Jenny will have works in Artists of Mosman and Beach at traffic jam galleries

It’s a win!

IMG_2972 Delighted to announce that ‘Lyrical 4′  won the Sculpture award at the Hornsby Art Prize!

Hornsby Art Prize

Lyrical4-webVery pleased that Lyrical 4 is a finalist in the Hornsby Art Prize.

See the finalists exhibition at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, 25 Edgeworth David Avenue, Hornsby. Open 10am – 4pm daily until 26 November

Northern Beaches Art Prize

Lyrical-12-webLyrical 12 has been shortlisted in the Northern Beaches Art Prize.  The finalists exhibition runs 11-20 August at Creative Space, Abbott Rd, North Curl Curl

Interplay Exhibition opening 9 August

email Invitation JENNY GREEN-Interplay Please join us at the opening of Jenny Green’s latest sculpture exhibition on Wednesday 9 August – new works in steel and bronze.











What’s happening in 2017

JennyGreen_Lyrical2_web2017 is off to a cracking start.

Jenny is a finalist in the North Sydney Art Prize with Lyrical 2

At Harbour Sculpture she will showing The Sentinel and Seabreeze

Look out for her pink stilettos (Beautopia) dancing into the street outside traffic jam galleries at Neutral Bay. And check out her work at tjg during Art Month (March).

In April she’s showing at the Incinerator Art Space as part of  ‘Wind’

August brings Jenny’s next solo show Interplay at traffic jam galleries

Hectic? Yes.
Fun? Absolutely!

Hornsby Art Prize


Lyrical 6 is a finalist in the Hornsby Art Prize!
The finalists’ exhibition runs from 17-27 November at Wallarobba Arts Centre, Hornsby


Sculpture at Sawmillers

Jenny Green is pleased to announce that ‘Life Lines’ has been selected for Sculpture at Sawmillers.
Set in beautiful Sawmillers Reserve, MacMahons Point, this harbourside sculpture show runs from 17-25 September.
The exhibition will be opened by Quentin Bryce, former Governor General.

‘Life Lines’ reflects on relationships, commitment and companionship; lives and experiences shared.
Using stainless steel rod to form the figure, Jenny alludes to family ties. The voids within the figures provide life’s context by revealing the world around us.


UNSW Alumni Award











Jenny Green is honoured to receive an Alumni Award in Arts and Culture from the University of NSW.


Joining the Dots installed

‘Joining the Dots’ has just been installed in the foyer of at the Centre for Independent Studies new offices in Macquarie St.
Fitting well with CIS’s focus on policy research & debate,  the wall sculpture explores connections, conversations, and pathways.


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