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City of Wanneroo art awards winners

City of Wanneroo art awards winners 2015

$16,800 worth of prizes were awarded at the 14th annual City of Wanneroo Art Awards. The Opening Night on Friday 15 May was attended by 400 patrons to the accompaniment of the James Flynn Trio. Of the 216 artworks on display, 150 were paintings, 47 works on paper and a record breaking 19 were sculptures. Congratulations to all the winners and to everyone who displayed their artwork in the exhibition. A sculpture was selected as the overall acquisitive prize winner. Jamie Worsley's 

Astuera, is a work in glass (blown and cold worked), which is an intriguing and aesthetically pleasing piece. A great addition to the City's Art Collection. On the first Saturday 100 people visited the exhibition. The Art Awards is open 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday until 13 June.  

City of Wanneroo Open Award

Astuera by Jamie Worsley

Astuera by Jamie Worsley

Best City of Wanneroo Resident

Artist Book – Sky Studies by Jennifer Sadler

Artist Book – Sky Studies by Jennifer Sadler

Highly Commended Wanneroo Resident

Wanneroo by Karyn Nelson

Wanneroo by Karyn Nelson

Painting Overall

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Christine Hingston

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Christine Hingston

Painting Highly Commended

Beeliar (River Six Seasons by Alan Muller

Beeliar (River Six Seasons by Alan Muller

Sculpture overall

The Swing 2014, with a wink to Fragonard by William Dennis

The Swing 2014, with a wink to Fragonard by William Dennis

Sculpture Highly Commended

Out of the Blue by Adam Logie

Out of the Blue by Adam Logie

Works on Paper overall

Love Spells for a Thief by Elizabeth Marruffo

Love Spells for a Thief by Elizabeth Marruffo

Works on Paper Highly Commended

Diamonds by Julie Podstolski

Diamonds by Julie Podstolski