Members Annual 2019 Winners

Members Annual 2019 Winners

Officially opened by Graham Quirk at 7:30pm on Wednesday 10th July 2019.

Exhibition continues to Sunday 4th August. Judged by John Massy.         

Overall Winner

Casey Charles  #30. Chasing Smoke 
With an apparently wry humour, the artist who created the Overall Winning Painting has prompted us to think about how we observe the world and all the creatures in it – including ourselves. His control in resisting the temptation to have the seal clapping its flippers as seen in waterparks is to be commended.

129th Members Annual Overall Winner ‘Chasing Smoke’ by Casey Charles

 

First Prize – Works on Canvas and Board
Rawdon Slater # 57. Dicky Beach
This winning entry delighted us in communicating the joy of expansive paint application although the colours selected were comparatively subdued.

Dicky Beach by Rawdon Slater

Second Prize – Works on Canvas and Board
Catherine Hamilton-Jones #67. Boiling Pot Pandanus
This work was meticulously observed and executed and displayed remarkable clarity of colour; conveying a wonderful sense of light.

Boiling Pot Pandanus by Catherine Hamilton-Jones

 

First Prize – Works on Paper

Ruby Eaves #18.  Coastal Creek Reflections

Luminosity and fluidity, were the admirable characteristics of watercolour that were capably addressed in this work.

Coastal Creek Reflections by Ruby Eaves

Second Prize – Works on Paper
Joanne Heath #19. Landscape
It was rewarding to see the controlled execution of this monoprint, as this technique can so often be obviously accidental.

Landscape by Joanne Heath

First Prize Photography
Margaret Thomas #5. Sunset at Springleigh
The winning photograph showed sensitivity and subtlety in presenting a sunset – so often banal in photographs.

Sunset at Springleigh by Margaret Thomas

Highly Commended Photography
Carel Thysse #7. Sadhu
High drama was evident in this work and the artist is to be commended on clever manipulation of the initial subject.

Sadhu by Carel Thysse

First Prize Sculpture

Bill Gale #12. Fly by Night
This work was lyrical and successful as a three -dimensional form that took its place in space quite adequately.

Fly by Night by Bill Gale

Highly Commended Sculpture
Bill Gale #8. From the Bushfire, New Life
This work purposefully integrates natural and man-made elements and places more attention to message than pure form.

From the Bushfire, New Life by Bill Gale

 

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