Best Acrylic: “Winter Birch” by Claire McKellar. $250 prize sponsored by Mount Alexander Funerals.
Highly Commended Acrylic: “Superhero 1” by Angela Morrissey.
Best Oil: “Kitchen Corner” by Vivienne Smiley. $250 prize sponsored by Hazeldene’s.
Highly Commended Oil: “Landscape 3” by Patrick Verdon.
Best Watercolour: “Burnett Rd. Castlemaine” by Brian Harding. $250 prize sponsored by Serenity Motorhomes.
Highly Commended Watercolour: “Scarlet Robin” by Bill Boyes
Best Other Medium: “Hanging Around” by Jodie Bell. $250 prize sponsored by Bendigo Property Plus.
Highly Commended Other Medium: “Resurrection” by Pauline Robinson
First Prize of a $200 Voucher to the Capital Venues and Events – Elsa Linklater
Second Prize of 2 tickets to the Russian Ballet Performance of Romeo and Juliet – Jenny Fryer
Third Prize of a Sunday Smorgasbord lunch at Yin Yang Chinese Restaurant – Mary Stevens
Fourth Prize of a $25 voucher at Cheeky Buds Florist – Daniel McGregor
Fifth Prize of 2 bottles of wine – Geoff Young
The Tenth Annual Winter Art Show will be held on Friday 28, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Entry is $3pp. The official opening will be held on Friday 28 July from 7.30pm. Bishop Ron Stone will open the show, as he did at the first show ten years ago.
This year’s judge is Andrew Goodman. Andrew is a contemporary artist whose work encompasses soft sculpture, sound, lights and electronics and video into immersive installations. Andrew is currently lecturing in Visual Arts at Latrobe University and has experience teaching art theory, painting, drawing, life drawing, sculpture and spatial practice, Photoshop, and video and sound production.
Tickets for this years Winter Art Show Raffle are $2 each. First Prize is a $200 voucher for The Capital Venues and Events (including The Capital Theatre and Ulumbarra Theatre). Second Prize is two tickets for the Russian Nation Ballet’s performance of Romeo and Juliet at Ulumbarra Theatre in November.