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Winners from Diversity in Print Exhibition.

Highly Commended for Etching
Kay Watnabe's etching " Thrust"
This etching contains an effortless motion, it reminds me of how music can move through opposing directions in it's own sonic space : a simultaneous rising and falling.


Winner for Etching
There is a parody in Glenda Orr's etching " The Devine". It examines how the imagination can animate the object. I remember as a child responding to a hose coming alive like a snake. Glenda's etching is sonorously opulent, a nuanced working of the plate into a grained and painterly texture.

Commended for Linocut
There is an intimate motion in Sue's Poggioli's linocut " Glimpses" creating textures of exquisite passages.

Highly Commended for Linocut
There is an intriguing cosmology in Sue Pickford's linocut " Trinity"

Winner for Linocut
Wayne Singleton's " Sitting Quitely in the Warrumbungles' contains a sophisticated, characteristic mark making,proliferating with detail. interpreting landscape in a personal way.

Overall Winner.
There is a delicate engagement with materials in Wendy Clark's " While we Sleep". Risk works with restraint in tandem, articulated with conviction.

 comments by David Nixon, Judge for 2016 Diversity in Print Exhibition



Peoples Choice Winners
Elyse Edmonds "Last Laugh"
&
Wayne Singleton for "Sitting Quietly in the Singleton"

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