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Winners of the 125th RQAS Annual exhibition

RQAS ANNUAL MEMBERS SHOW 2015

JUDGE: Dr Rhyl Hinwood AM

 



SECTION 1        PAINTING (ACRYLIC AND OIL)

1st PRIZE:      (103) "ELEPHANT ROCK"   OIL                             David Ladley

Excellent draughtsmanship and representation of a sunny Queensland scene.

2nd  PRIZE:   (68)    "METROPOLIS"         Acrylic                        Christine Groh

Striking composition and colour choice with careful application of the medium.

HIGHLY COMMENDED (76) "CHAINS OF ENDEARMENT"           Steve Hillier

A very professional representation of a beautifully drawn nude.

HIGHLY COMMENDED (12) "BRISBANE RIVER"   Acrylic             Robyn Bauer

A complicated subject well conceived and colourfully executed.

 

SECTION 2        (WORKS ON PAPER)

1st PRIZE: (100) "LIFE SKETCH 2"                                                      Christine Kirkegard

An  outstanding work in oil with a very confident representation of the anatomy with minimal detail. A very well presented artwork.

2nd PRIZE: (69) "TANGLES"           Watercolour                        Christine Groh

Striking selection and arrangement of subject and vibrant colour.

HIGHLY COMMENDED (90) "END OF THE DAY"  woodcut       Owen Hutchinson

An interesting original concept professionally executed in a difficult medium.

HIGHLY COMMENDED (95) "BULIMBA CREEK"                         Kay Kane

Contrasting warm and cool colours successfully capture a peaceful mood.

 

SECTION 3        (PHOTOGRAPHY)

1st PRIZE: (201) "DOWN BREGAGH ROAD"                                  Don Wotton

The repetition of interlocking branches is well captured in a delicate scene.

2nd PRIZE: (5) "EMBRYO"                                                              Dean Armstrong

An imaginatively devised subject captured professionally in black and white.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: (128) "DAYS' END"                                  Sue O'Sullivan

Back lighting constraints are manipulated to produce an interesting image.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: (184) " THE GOOD EGGS"                                   Susan Turner

The pale oval forms contrast nicely with soft grey of the lattice.

 

SECTION 4        (SCULPTURE)

1st PRIZE: (171)      "FLIGHT"                                                    Peter Steller

A perfectly finished 3D form full of movement from every angle.

2nd PRIZE: (2)         "SURF HORSE"                                           Craig Ronald Amos

Exuberant modeling of an exaggerated form evokes a wild marine environment.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: (31)              "FEELING HOPEFUL"                             Mela Cooke

A beautifully modeled subject evocative of the title. Perfectly cast in bronze.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: (176)  "PIPER"                                     Terry Summers

An original subject full of character cast in white bronze.

 

CHAMPION OF THE SHOW

(68)    LIFE SKETCH 2          Christine Kirkegard

 

 

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