|March 26, 2010||to||May 30, 2010|
Winner of the 2010 Wynne Art Prize – Sam Leach Proposal for landscaped cosmos
Sam Leach takes out both the Archibald and Wynne Art Prizes for 2010
The Trustees’ Watercolour Prize Viola Dominello The Hawkesbury
Wynne Art Prize for landscape painting 2010. Winner announced 26 March 2010
- On View 27 March – 30 May 2010
- Finalists of the 2010 Wynne Art Prize
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Wynne Art Prize 2010 Finalists
Bang, Min-Woo – Do you remember?
Bowen, Dean – Delays expected
Cockburn, Cobi – The quiet
Connor, Kevin – Circular Quay
Currie-Nalingu, Joanne – Calm river country
Dominello, Viola – The Hawkesbury
Flint, Tony – Andamooka
Ford, Juan – Nobody is necessary
Frazer, Neil – Shore leave
Grant, Ian – Inland west
Haggith, Paul – Rooftops & trees
Keeling, David – Lockridge, Macquarie Tier, then and now
Kngwarray, Elizabeth Kunoth – My Grandmother’s country
Langois, Chris – Landscape (Middle Creek)
Leach, Sam – Proposal for landscaped cosmos
Malherbe, Robert – Blackheath landscape I
McKenna, Noel – Wingadal – The home of John Symond
McKenzie, Alexander – Bushfire season
McRae, Rod – Crying out loud in the age of stupid
McWilliams, Michael – Rabbitscape
Pople, Rodney – The Gap
Shaw, Kate – Ormiston twilight
Song, Ling – Bonsai
Strocchi, Marina – The Tanami
Thirion, Frank – Mirage
Tjapaltjarri, Joseph Jurra – Untitled
Walker, John R – Plum tree backyard
Wolfhagen, Philip – Journey to the source V
About the Wynne Art Prize
The Wynne Art Prize is awarded annually for “the best landscape painting of Australian scenery in oils or watercolours or for the best example of figure sculpture by Australian artists completed during the 12 months preceding the [closing] date.
Value: $25,000 (non-acquisitive)
Medium: Paintings – oil, acrylic, watercolour or mixed media.
Sculpture – stone, metal, wood or mixed media.
Other information: Seascapes and cityscapes are acceptable within the definition of landscape. A figure sculpture may be a work which is abstracted, but at the same time clearly derived from a figurative source, human or animal.
Applicants must have been resident in Australia for a period of 12 months prior to the closing date.