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Shoalhaven Art Society Open Art Competition Winners

A huge congratulations to the winners of the Shoalhaven ArtSociety 54nd Annual Art Prize:

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Kim Grivas, Dahlias and Striped Cushion

WRAY OWEN IAN STRATHIE MEMORIAL ACQUISITIVE PRIZE

Joan Lewis, Waratah with Eastern Spinebill

SYD MASON MEMORIAL PRIZE

Narelle Gardiner, The Berry Escarpment

CONTEMPORARY

First Place - Michelle Dubois, Rocket Man
Second Place - Fleur Stevenson, Sofala Blue
Highly Commended - Lynne Mullane, Shoreline Contemplation
Presidential Prize - Daniela Cristallo, Sweeping Pine Gully

STILL LIFE

First Place - Kim Grivas, Yellow Scarf with Cornflowers
Second Place - John Downton, Western Australian Flowering Gum
Highly Commended - Wanda Melville, Season’s First

LIFEFORM PAINTING/PORTRAIT

First Place - Kate Higgins, Carapace
Second Place - Neville Connor, The New Shirt
Highly Commended - Susan Trudinger, Friends

TRADITIONAL LAND/CITY/SEASCAPE

First Place - Susan Curtin, Abandoned Beauty
Second Place - Salwa Woodroffe, Moody Landscape
Highly Commended - Mark Davis, The Seventh Day
Presidential Prize - Nicki Hall, Gerroa Headland

MEMBERS ONLY

First Place - Philip Miles, Road to the Top
Second Place - Lynne Mullane, Shoreline Culburra- Looking North
Highly Commended - Barbara Dawson, Shoalhaven Garden

YOUTH PRIZE

First Place SNR - Emily Kilby, Amethyst
First Place JNR - Sarah Kilby, Specky
Second Place - Amanda Jeffers, Im-Perfect Flowers
Third Place - Caitlin McAdam, Drowning


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Now Art Prize - entries now open

Entries are now open for the 2019 Now Contemporary Art Prize - and with a $10,000 non-acquisitive first prize it's now bigger than ever!

Artists across Australia are invited to submit works in any media, with finalists being exhibited at the Gallery from 5 October – 23 November.

More information here


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SRGN Exhibitions on Tour!

Anna Glynn - Promiscuous Provenance 

Anna Glynn's Promiscuous Provenance will be on display at the following venues:

Noosa Regional Gallery, 15 March - 28 April 2019 

Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, Moruya, 9 August - 1 September 2019

Australian National Botanic Gardens, ACT, 14 December 2019 - 19 January 2020

Hawksbury Regional Gallery, NSW, 4 September - 25 October 2020

Orange Regional Gallery, NSW, 30 October - 13 December 2020

Jervis Bay Maritime Museum, NSW, 18 December 2020 - 21 March 2021 

And more to be announced soon!