SPECTACULAR outdoor sculptures are on display in the picturesque Sirromet winery grounds until September 15.
The Sculpture in the Vines event celebrates Sculptors Queensland's 50th anniversary.
Guests can take a self-guided tour of the 14 sculptures on display.
Among the works is Greg Windsor's Underwear Refitted piece which utilises boat building techniques. The work was made from recycled wood and was inspired by the artist's interest in conflated forms seen in submarines and airplanes.
Artist Mela Cooke said her sculpture Dog Day Afternoon was inspired by the lively, yet placid nature of her friend's kelpie puppies.
Cooke said she enjoyed using bronze in her work due to its timeless quality, which ensure her sculptures endured and influenced viewers for centuries.
Cook also has a collaborative piece on display with artist Suzanne Staal titled School's Out.
Wellington Point artist Peter Steller piece titled A Walk in the Park was created using 32 thin laminated veneers to form fluid lines and curves, forming a dynamic design depicting the bond of a mother and child enjoying a walk outdoors.
Steller also has a second piece titled Mr Percival on display.
Artist Antone Bruinsma's piece Epiphany is created from granite and sandstone.
Bruinsma said the work symbolised challenges that people faced and overcame.
The sculptor of nearly 35 years also has a piece titled Peace Lily on display.
Other works include Blue Contemplation by Stuart Mayer-Plath and a collaborative piece Let me play among the stars by Susan Margaret and Bill Gale.
See what else is on in the Redlands here.