Albert Park College Art Show
Oct
18
to Oct 20

Albert Park College Art Show

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I am pleased to announce that 3 of my latest paintings have been selected for showing at the Albert Park College art Show 2019.

In 2018, my painting “Ilparpa Tree shadow #2” won the People’s choice award at this prestigious show. more information and tickets HERE

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The Other Art Fair Sydney 2019
Oct
24
to Oct 27

The Other Art Fair Sydney 2019

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I will be presenting a selection of work at the “ Other Art Fair” in Sydney at the “Cutout”, a spectacular new space at Barangaroo reserve.

Please follow this link : OPENING NIGHT if you would like to attend the opening night on Thursday the 24th of October at 6 pm. You are able to use this ticket for free entry on the other exhibition days.

To get a free ticket for all the other days of the exhibition ( Friday, Saturday or Sunday please click

HERE and enter the code KS2019.

See you there!

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2019 Hawkesbury Art Prize
Sep
14
to Oct 6

2019 Hawkesbury Art Prize

My painting “ Coondambo Landscape II has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Hawkesbury Art Prize. The art prize is for a painting that is inspired by contemporary Australian identity

Opening on Saturday the 14th of September at 6 pm , with a 10000$ first prize awarded on the night.

more info HERE

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Black mist burnt country
Dec
1
to Feb 10

Black mist burnt country

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The Black Mist Burnt Country exhibition is a national touring exhibition produced by Burrinja Dandenong Ranges Cultural Centre in Upwey, Victoria. It commemorates the British atomic tests in Australia in the 1950s through artworks from public and private collections by over 30 Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists across the mediums of painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, new media and music spanning seven decades.

The exhibition is scheduled to tour ten metropolitan and regional public galleries in four states until 2019.

The project is supported by Anangu Pitjantjatjara people in Yalata and Oak Valley Maralinga, and in partnership with Yalata Community Inc. It is also supported by Mr Yami Lester, Wallatinna.

http://blackmistburntcountry.com.au

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Collins Place Gallery Summer Salon Art Prize
Dec
1
to Feb 10

Collins Place Gallery Summer Salon Art Prize

My work “Out west - Salvation Jane” has been selected for the 2018 Collins Place Gallery Summer Salon.

The painting will be shown at Collins Place Gallery from 1 December 2018 – 31 January 2019.

The Summer Salon promises to be a vibrant and colourful celebration of contemporary “art made now.” Prizes will be awarded by industry professionals, and the exhibition will be on display within the Collins Place thriving retail precinct, that attracts national and international visitors to the gallery. This year’s Summer Salon judges are Dr Jacqueline Healy (Director, Museum of Medical History, University of Melbourne, Board Member National Trust) Shane Jones (Artist), and Deborah Klein (Artist).

Collins Place Gallery

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Winner of the Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award
Nov
17
to Dec 15

Winner of the Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award

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I am so honoured that my painting “Now selling“ has been awarded the 2018 Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award at the Moreland Summer Show 2018.

“To be awarded annually, the Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award will recognise an outstanding contemporary artwork by an artist who engages with social, political, cultural or environmental subjects.”

Counihan Gallery

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John Leslie Art Prize 2018
Sep
21
to Nov 25

John Leslie Art Prize 2018

My painting "Koo Wee Rup Landscape I" has been selected for the John Leslie Art Prize 2018, opening at the Gippsland art Gallery on September 21.st.

 "This year the prize received an unprecedented 497 entries from all parts of Australia. This year there have been 61 paintings selected by 59 artists. The winner of the $20,000 acquisitive prize (and $1,000 non-acquisitive Best Gippsland Work) will be announced at the official opening by Mayor Cr. Carolyn Crossley on Friday 21 September at 6.00pm. The full list of finalists will be announced by email and published to the Gallery website next Monday 27 August."

John Leslie Art Prize

 

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Full circle
Jul
11
to Aug 11

Full circle

Full Circle is an exhibition of new work by Karen Standke inspired by her recent travels around Australia and her impressions of its landscape gained over the last two decades.

The paintings are informed by thorough research into the changing face of the landscape, the impact of climate change and the introduction of weeds and non-native fauna and flora. The signs of these phenomena are everywhere and can be subtle – at first sight they may even be perceived as beautiful, as are the soft, wispy blades of buffalo grass in Central Australia or the vibrant colours of the flowering Paterson’s curse in Victoria. The work in this show focuses on visible and rapid changes in the environment and raises questions around how do we respond emotionally, but also practically, to these challenges?

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Pro Hart Outback Art Prize
Jun
30
to Aug 13

Pro Hart Outback Art Prize

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Ilparpa Tracks has been selected as a finalist in the pro Hart Outback Art Prize!

The Pro Hart Outback Art Prize is an annual acquisitive competition. The prize showcases work in any media which reflects the spirit and diversity of the Australian Outback.

The prize consists of an Acquisitive First Prize, a Non-Acquisitive Second Prize, a Non-Acquisitive Encouragement Award and a Peoples Choice Award with a total prize pool of $19,000. The winning work will be added to the nationally recognised collection of the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.

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