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2019 Winners

Oils / Acrylics

   

Gregory Smith
No. 306 Within the Play of Light

   

Highly Commended
Do Noble
No. 229 Artists Garden

 

 
   
Commended
Craig Davy
No.55 Ridgeline
   

Watercolours

   
Julie Goldspink
No.112 Sorrento Breakers Vic.
     

Highly Commended
Julie Simmons
No .297 The Trawlers

   

Pastels

   
Lyn Mellady
No 218. Beyond the Gate
     

Highly Commended
Elena Kolotusha
No.189 Among Proteas - Cape Sugarbird

 

 

Drawing

   
Dennis Murnane
No.415 Wildlife 2
     

Highly Commended
Linda Weil
No381. Serpin-Tin

 

 

 

Photography

   

Gigi Williams
No.382 Melt Water

Highly Commended
Jose Baptista
No. 10 The Fan
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 4-6 WINNER
     
Finn Fieldhouse
No. 92 Rocking Horse
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 7-9 WINNER

Alanna Web
No.377 Dreams
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 10-12 WINNER
     
Callum Day
No.57 Fly & Plant

2018 Winners

Oils / Acrylics

   

Janis Taber
No. 339 Tropicana

     

Highly Commended
Peter Allen
No. 8 Friends on Shelf

 

 

Watercolours

   
Be Goslar
No. 145 Glorious Reds
     

Highly Commended
Julie Goldspink
No. 141 Early Morning Mist

   

Pastels

   
Cathy van Ee
No. 389 Australian light
     

Highly Commended
Kelly Brumley
No. 42 Memories

 

 

Drawing

   
Janet Matthews
No. 236 Just One More Piece - Great Bower Bird
     

Highly Commended
Geoff Sargeant
No. 299 Sandy Point

 

 

 

Photography

   
Ronald Tan
No. 343 Swell (Diptych)
 
Highly Commended
Jose Baptista
No. 24 Underwater Urchin
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 4-6 WINNER
     
Joshua Ferguson
No. 439 Yarrabah School - Abstract No.3
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 7-9 WINNER

Indigo Piper
No. 278 Frozen

JUNIOR ART – YEARS 10-12 WINNER
     
Candice Knox
No. 216 Untitled

2017 Winners

Oils / Acrylics

 

#352 SMITH Gregory Autumnal Chrysanthemums

 

Highly Commended

158 DENNER Joan Apples and Grapes

Commended

307 PENNY Craig
On The Back Beach

 

Watercolours

 
167 HOYLE Glenn Venetian Façade
   

Highly Commended

74 FARHILL Ron
In Days of Sail

   

Pastels

 
271 MELLADY Lyn Receding Tide
 

Highly Commended

372 TODMAN-PARRANT Rosemary The Red Drape

Commended

391 VANEE Cathy Cape Patterson Coastal Park

 

Drawing

 
#267 MATTHEWS Janet  I’m Keeping Watch-Pacific Black Ducks
 

Highly Commended

215 KOLOTUSHA Elena
Faces of the Wild-Amur Tiger

Commended

129 GRIFFITHS Karina The Show Girl

 

Photography

 
411 WILLIAMS Robin Costa Rican Tree Frog
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 4-6 WINNER
   
106 FU Jennifer Water Lillies
JUNIOR ART – YEARS 10-12 WINNER
   
179 JACOB Elise How Free We Could Be

       

2016 Winners

 

Best Oil/Acrylic

No370 Title Upon a Blue Base Artist Greg Smith

A really skillfully crafted painting showing the artist’s ability to create the beauty in the subjects he shows. His confidant disappearing edges as the objects come from the shadows allows us to see the light shaping the objects – not lines. The intense exploration of blues is balanced with the subtle introduction of some red/browns to give relief. A powerful work from a serious artist.

Highly Commended no 83 Little Pot by Joan Denner

Joan has emphasised what she wants us to see by enhancing colour, contrast and line but mostly light. By diminishing sections of the painting her subject simply shines.

Best Watercolour ..

No259 Title Swan and Cygnets Artist Jan Long

Jan’s drawing skill comes through this watercolour as she decides to draw with her brush and colour. A lovely subject treated to a novel, negative space frame that doesn’t detract from the focus of swan and cygnets.

Highly Commended Lunch Hour at Scott Alley - by Jayaram Parappil

The city laneway is captured with the linear perspective drawing us in to join the diners along this alley. The harmony of colour doesn’t shout noise that a multi coloured painting would do so we feel happy entering the space.

Best Pastel

No 407 Title Unadorned Beauty Artist Rosemary Todman Parrant

Rosemary’s pastels set a very high benchmark for this medium. Her close attention to building her colours slowly showing tonal change and subtlety until the final strokes of light flit across her subject make her work instantly recognisable.

Highly Commended Ottway Magic by Joy Timms

BestDrawing

a difficult but very full section

No 160 Title Angel Artist Karina Griffiths

Superb execution and high drawing skill. I would love to see her focus on a subject and explore it with differing focus.

Highly Commended no 369 Misty Morning by Diane Simpson

A study of variation within repetition in this line of fishermen on the wharf.

This section attracted a variety of artworks based on line including a pastel of Santorini of prizewinning standard by Brian Pleasants

And a limited reproduction called Hakaido Branches by Sharon Patience

Best Junior Art

4-6 No 476 Title Pet Portrait 3 Artist Yarrabah School

Personality abounds in this Pink, Red and Blue spotted dog on a green backdrop.

• It makes me smile inside.

7-9 No 396 Title Raev Skraev Artist Hayley Thompson

One of two colourful design paintings that are a joy to view. I love both works.

10 - 12 No248 Title Quinces Artist Emma Kozac

Emma is showing a mature handling of shape and light. Well done.

 

 

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