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2019 FINALIST Georges Art Prize

The Georges River Art Prize showcases a range of the finest paintings and sculptures produced from artists nationwide and gives local young artists a platform to display their works. This prize, hosted by Hurstville Museum & Gallery, offers over $20,000 in prize money. Exhibition dates: 25 October 2019 – 30 January 2020. Sally is delighted to announce her painting “The Site”, 120x150cm, has been selected as a FINALIST in the 2019 Art Prize.

2019 FINALIST Hornsby Art Prize

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. The prize is open to artists from across Australia. Sally is delighted to have her painting “The Orange Ute”, 100x100cm, oil on canvas, selected as a finalist for 2019. For more information about this annual art prize go to:

2019 FINALIST Gosford Art Prize

The Gosford Art Prize is a hotly contested event with local and national artists vying for $25,000 in prizes. With no restriction on artwork medium, the exhibition of finalists includes a wide variety of art forms from painting and sculpture to textiles and photography. Sally is thrilled to announce her painting “Pink VW”, 150x150cm, oil on canvas, has been selected as a FINALIST in the 2019 art prize. Go to: to find more information about this event.

2019 FINALIST ANL Maritime Art Prize

The MtSV Annual Maritime Art Awards & Exhibition is an international competition hosted at the Mission to Seafarers in Docklands, Melbourne. The Exhibition will be open for public viewing from 4th October to 20th October 2019, 10am to 8pm daily. Sally is thrilled to have her painting “The Fisherman – Plein Air”, 90x135cm, oil on canvas, selected as a FINALIST in the 2019 Art Prize.

2019 FINALIST Mosman Art Prize

Established in 1947, the Mosman Art Prize is Australia’s oldest and most prestigious local government art award. It was founded by the artist, architect and arts advocate, Alderman Allan Gamble, at a time when only a small handful of art prizes were in existence in Australia and the community had very little support and few opportunities to exhibit their work. Sally is delighted to be announced as a FINALIST for 2019 with her work “Manly Ferry”, 120x150cm, oil on canvas. For more information on the prize go to:

2019 FINALIST Northern Beaches Art Prize

The annual Northern Beaches Art Prize (formerly Warringah Art Prize) began in 1955. Since then, it has become the Northern Beaches’ most prestigious art competition. Sally is pleased to announce that her painting “The Palm Trees”, 100x100cm, oil on canvas, has been selected as a FINALIST in the 2019 Art Prize exhibition. For further information on this event go to:

2019 FINALIST Hunters Hill Art Prize

Sally is proud to announce that she has had both her entries selected as FINALIST works in the 2019 Hunters Hill Art Prize. The Hunters Hill Art Exhibition is one of Sydney’s favourite art events with thousands of visitors annually. The finalists exhibited represent some of the best emerging and established Australian artists. Exhibition runs from Saturday 11 May  – Sunday 19 May 2019. Go to for more information.

“Barangaroo From Balls Head – Plein Air” 120x150cm, oil on canvas.

“Blue Ferry From Balls Head – Plein Air”, 120x150cm, oil on canvas.

2019 FINALIST John Villiers Outback Art Prize

Sally is pleased to announced that she has been selected as a FINALIST in the 2019 John Villiers Outback Art Prize with her painting “The Water Truck – Plein Air”, 60x75cm, oil on canvas. The John Villiers Art Prize is an annual art competition open to all Australian artists and presented by the Outback Regional Gallery and Waltzing Matilda Centre Winton, Qld. You can read more at

2018 FINALIST Greenway Art Prize

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. Works are selected on the basis of artistic merit and relevance to the GreenWay themes of the urban environment, community connections and/or sustainable transport. Sally’s work “The Yellow Truck”, 100x100cm, oil on canvas, has been announced as a FINALIST in this year’s Prize. For information on the event go to:


2018 FINALIST Fishers Ghost Art Award

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. 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. Sally is pleased to announce that her painting “Everyone Has A Dark Side And There Is No Escape”, 120x150cm, oil on canvas, has been selected as  FINALIST for 2018.