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EXHIBITIONS: 21ST LIVERPOOL ART SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION

17 Nov 2018 - 22 Dec 2018 | 9.00am - 4.30pm

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is proud to present the 21st Annual Liverpool Art Society Exhibition. The annual exhibition has been produced by Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in partnership with the Liverpool Art Society since 1998 and continues to promote and celebrate the creative talent of our region.

The annual Liverpool Art Society exhibition and art prize inspires a diverse range of artists and artworks. In support of this outstanding commitment by our local artistic community, we are pleased to continue supporting the prestigious $1500 Casula Powerhouse Scholarship Prize and the $5000 acquisitive Liverpool City Council Overall Winner Prize. The Scholarship aims to develop an artist’s professional practice through further research and the creation of a new body of work to exhibit in the Marsden Gallery at Casula Powerhouse during the following year.


Exhibition launch: Saturday 17 November, 2-4pm


Installation shots from 2017 Exhibition. Photo credit: Hamish Ta-me

Major Prizes:

$5,000 Acquisitive Liverpool City Council Overall Winner Prize
Sponsored by Liverpool City Council
Hedar Abadi, Intimacy, 2018, Oil on canvas

$1500 Casula Powerhouse Scholarship Prize
Sponsored by Liverpool City Council
Selma Fida, Bouquet, 2018, Porcelain

$1000 ANZ Technical Excellence
Sponsored by ANZ
John Supe, In Search of a Dream, 2017, Black Pigment Ink on Arch. Paper

$500 ANZ Award for Emerging Artist
Sponsored by ANZ
Linda Ferlazzo, Holly and Molly, 2018, Oil


Special Prizes:

$500 1st Prize ANZ Judy Pack Memorial History Prize
Sponsored by ANZ
Federico Rekowski, Suburban Beauty at Cecil Hills, 2016, Inkjet print, Cotton Rag

$50 2nd Prize Judy Pack Memorial History Prize
Sponsored by the City of Liverpool and District Historical Society
Glen Op Den Brouw, James Henry Atkinson, 2017, Photograph

$150 Jeane Everett Memorial Encouragement Award
Sponsored by the Everett Family
Natalie  Anderson, Mary Land, 2018, Collage & Acrylic on Plywood


Category Prizes:

Oil or Encaustic Painting
$500 1st Prize Pamela French, Late Afternoon, Sandy Creek, Fowlers Gap, 2018, Oil on Board
$200 2nd Prize Genevieve Partridge, Self Portrait by the Sea, 2017, Oil on board
$100 3rd Prize John Tregoning, Sunset Victorian High Country, 2017, Oil on Canvas

Acrylic Painting
$500 1st Prize Annette Rogers, Arms Akimbo, 2018, Acrylic on canvas
$200 2nd Prize David Rickards, Purple Rain, 2018, Acrylic
$100 3rd Prize Sally Atkins, On Burton, 2017, Acrylic on canvas

Mixed Media
$400 1st Prize Rebecca Anne Brady, Nine Point Zero, 2018, Acrylic & mixed media on canvas
$150 2nd Prize Melvy Connell, Christmas Morning, 2018, oil pastel, gesso, photograph

Watercolour or Pastel Painting
$400 1st Prize Anthony Barnett, Dashin' Home Ahead of the Storm, 2018, Watercolour
$150 2nd Prize Adris Frety, Eyes Song, 2018, Oil Pastel

Drawing or Original Print
$400 1st Prize Gary Smith, Camp Fun Time, 2016, Ink, Watercolour
$150 2nd Prize John Tooma, Our Presidents Daughter, 2018, Colour Pencil & graphite

Photography
$200 Genevieve Partridge, Jack, 2017, Photograph

Ceramics/Sculpture/other 3D work
$400 1st Prize Lisa Stephens, Doodles, 2018, Ceramics
$150 2nd Prize Strahinja Dokic, Clay Times 4, 2017, Stoneware Clay


Youth – 13 – 17 years
Sponsored by Liverpool Picture Framing

$100 1st Prize Ben Tavita, Graphic Portrait - Ariana Grande, 2018, Digital print on gloss paper
$50 2nd Prize Jacinta Farla, I Don’t Want to Remember You Again, 2018, Acrylic on Canvas

Youth – 12 years or younger
Sponsored by Liverpool Picture Framing

$50 1st Prize Lili Leung, Take a Deep Breath, 2018, Drawing
$25 2nd Prize Amani Ibrahim, Give Us Childhood, Give Us Peace, 2018, Mixed media

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre

Duration9-5pm on weekdays
9-4:30pm on
weekends.

AgesAll ages

CostFree admission


Phone02 8711 7123

Emailreception@casulapowerhouse.com

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