The Hornsby Art Prize is an annual art award and exhibition organised and sponsored by Hornsby Shire Council and delivered in partnership with the Hornsby Art Society. The Hornsby Art Prize is aimed at encouraging the creative talents of people and providing a showcase for their works. Sally’s piece “The Bus Stop”, 100x100cm, oil on canvas has been named a FINALIST for 2017. For more information about the prize go to: http://www.hornsby.nsw.gov.au/my-lifestyle/arts-and-culture/hornsby-art-prize.
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- Thread Of Light NYC 2013
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The GreenWay Art Prize celebrates the precious urban green corridor in Sydney’s Inner West and aims to capture the essence of the GreenWay through visual art.
The GreenWay Art Prize Exhibition is hosted by Art Est. Art School and Gallery in Leichhardt. This year the art prize received a record number of entries and Sally is honoured to be included in the list of Finalists with her painting “The Pink Truck”, 100x100cm, oil on canvas. For more information go to: https://www.greenwayartprize.com.au/.
The Georges River Art Prize has been developed on the success and foundations of the Kogarah Art Prize and St George Art Awards. This biennial prize is hosted by Hurstville Museum & Gallery and Kogarah Library and Cultural Centre. Sally is delighted to announce that her painting “Red Car”, 90x120cm, oil on canvas, has been selected as a FINALIST for the 2017 exhibition. Go to http://www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/Community/Art-and-Culture/Georges-River-Art-Prize for more information.
The Fisher’s Ghost Art Award coincides with Campbelltown’s annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost. Held over 10 days, the Festival dates back to 1956 and celebrates Australia’s most famous ghost – Frederick Fisher. Go to http://c-a-c.com.au/fishers-ghost-art-award-2017/ for more information.
The Open section of the Art Award is acquisitive to the C-A-C permanent collection and is awarded prize-money of $20,000. In the past it has been awarded to some of Australia’s most respected Contemporary artists including Elisabeth Cummings, Khaled Sabsabi, Justene Williams, David Bromley, Marion Borgelt, Raquel Ormella and Philip Wolfhagen.
The Gosford Art Prize is a hotly contested event with local and national artists engaged in friendly competition for over $24,000 in total prizes. The exhibition offers the artist an opportunity to let their work stand on its own, to be judged and appreciated on a level playing field, with each work vying for the viewer’s attention. Sally’s work “The Freightliner – Plein Air”, 120x150cm, oil on canvas has been selected as a FINALIST. Go to http://www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/gosfordartprize to find out more about the prize.
The Northbridge Art Prize is an annual exhibition for adults and teens. The exhibition in its 14th year showcases the diverse talents of both local and interstate artists and is an opportunity for artists to display their work and be recognised for their unique achievements. Sally’s work “The Next Day”, 75x75cm, oil on canvas, has been announced WINNER of the Painting Section. Sally was an overall winner of the same prize in 2014.
Cliftons Art Prize is an annual competition that helps raise the profiles of local artists and encourages corporate patronage of the arts. Cliftons Art Prize offers international exposure for local artists across Asia Pacific. It is open to emerging and established artists in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore. Sally’s work “Yellow Van”, 120x150cm, oil on canvas, has been selected as a FINALIST in 2017.
The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize is an acquisitive art prize of $20,000, awarded for the best ‘plein air’ painting of NSW subject. The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize is an annual event and is recognised by plein air artists throughout Australia. The Parliament of NSW encourages all artists to enter this landscape painting prize, with finalists exhibited at the Parliament of NSW, Sydney in October 2017. Sally is pleased to announce “Blues Point 1 (1.5.17) – Plein Air”, 60x75cm, oil on canvas, has been selected as a FINALIST.
Since 2002 the Mission to Seafarers Victoria’s Maritime Art Awards & Exhibition has showcased the work of over 700 artists and is Australia’s leading maritime art prize. The exhibition is open daily for public viewing from 6th – 27th October, 2017 at the historic seafarers’ centre at 717 Flinders Street, Docklands from 12 noon – 6pm. Sally is very honoured to have both her entries selected for this year’s art prize: “Pittwater Study (7.4.17) – Plein Air”, 75x75cm, oil on canvas AND “Berry’s Bay – Plein Air”, 60x75cm, oil on canvas. For more information on the art prize go to: https://missiontoseafarers.com.au/art-prize/
In 2017, The Pro Hart Outback Art Prize received a record number of entries, with over 260 Submissions. From these submissions, 43 Finalists were chosen to be put in the exhibition at Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, where guest judge Kon Gouriotis OAM had the challenging task of choosing this year’s winner.
The Pro Hart Outback Art prize is an annual acquisitive competition, which showcases work in any form of media, to reflect the spirit and diversity of the Australian Outback.
For the duration of the Exhibition, Locals, Artists and Travellers from all across the Globe came to visit the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery to view the fantastic collection of works that made up this years exhibition. All guests who visited the Gallery were encouraged to place their vote for the “People’s Choice 2017”.