The 2020 finalists’ exhibition features 51 artists from across Australia.

The Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture Finalists' Exhibition 2020 is a showcase of representational, abstract, innovative and contemporary works inspired by the human form.

The 2020 exhibition features 52 artists from across Australia:

Sue Appleby (ACT), Michael Armstrong (ACT), Chris Atichian (NSW), Steven Bellosguardo (SA), Stephen Bird (NSW), Wendy Black (NSW), Grace Blake (ACT), Jeremy Blincoe (VIC), Mark Booth (NSW), Helene Boyer (TAS), Amanda Bromfield (NSW), Sophie Clague (NSW), Bree Cribbin (NSW), Karl de Waal (QLD), Kylie Douglass (NSW), Christopher Edwards (TAS), William Eicholtz (VIC), John Forrester Clack (NSW), Todd Fuller (NSW), Karmyn Gibson (NSW), Kate Gorman (VIC), David Helmers (NSW), Sergio Hernandez-Merchan (NSW), Dave Hickson (NSW), Donald Kemarre Thompson (NT), Miroslav Kratky (NSW), Owen Leong (NSW), Vanessa Leung (NSW), Dai Li (QLD), Lucinda McDonald (NSW), Dale Miles (NSW), Georgina Mills (SA), Misklectic (VIC), Jessica Murtagh (SA), Shane Nicholas (VIC), Mehrnoosh Nik Tavakoli (NSW), Sassy Park (NSW), Kirsten Perry (VIC), Carl & Eden Plaisted (NSW), Louis Pratt (NSW), Nuha Saad (NSW), Elif Sezen (VIC), Hiromi Tango (NSW), Sherna Teperson (NSW), Luke Thurgate (SA), Paul Trefry (NSW), Jacques van der Merwe (QLD), Johannes van Nunen (NSW), Carolyn V Watson (QLD), Susan Dorothea White (NSW), Tony Wong Hee (NSW)

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