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Art in the Porongurup 2018

 

Artists displayed their best paintings, craft and sculptures at the Art in the Park Exhibition in the Castle Rock Day Use Area in the Porongurup National Park and the Art in the Hall Bazaar at the Porongurup Hall.  Local wineries and the Porongurup Shop & Tearooms displayed art for enjoyment and for sale.

Each year, sculptures in the natural park setting attract an appreciative audience, and more so this year with the quality of workmanship displayed by participating artists.

Visitors who attended the Art in the Dark event were treated to a magical view of the sculptures by torchlight.

The Friends of the Porongurup Range organising committees would like to thank sponsors and volunteers for their support of these events and to thank all the people who made the effort to visit.

Art in the Park Awards 2018 results:

Judged Award Open
Re-Pressed -Paul Elliot of Wickepin

Youth Innovation Award
Night Owl - Damien Grieves of Mt Barker

Commendation
Trojan Horse - John Bastiani
Yandijee – Sue Noakes   

People's Choice Open
First prize - Peddling Back in Time - Luke Barker of Albany
Second prize - Re-Pressed - Paul Elliot of Wickepin

People's Choice Youth
First prize - Harry - Abbey Barker of Albany
Second prize - Night Owl - Damien Grieves of Mt Barker

Children's Choice
Freedom Chaser - Brad Lucas of Albany

 

Click here for the 2017 Art in the Park Awards Results

Click here for the 2016 Art in the Park Awards Results

Conditions of entry (Click here to download)

  1. General competition is open to all persons 16 years of age and over.
  2. Entries from under 18 years are also invited to enter the Youth Section (each exhibit to enter in one section only).
  3. Exhibit must not have won a prize in any previous art exhibition or competition.
  4. Entry is to be sculptural, broadly defined as a 3-dimensional exhibit.
  5. Any material suitable for extended outdoor exhibition may be used for the sculpture.
  6. Entrants are responsible for installing their display on site in a way that will ensure it will remain intact for the duration of the exhibition.
  7. Exhibits and the manner of installation should respect the natural setting of the exhibition site. The exhibit must not damage any of the surrounding native vegetation.
  8. All delivery vehicles and exhibits must be free from soil from any dieback area.
  9. Access for set up is only allowed specific times.
  10. No vehicular traffic will be allowed in the exhibition site during the exhibition opening times except for disability visitors – please ask at desk for directions.
  11. Deadline for entry forms will be announced early in 2019.   Exhibits may include multiple pieces as long as they have a cohesive theme (example 'Butterflies in the Park').
  12. To be complete, each entry form must name the artist and exhibit, describe materials and provide notes about the work that will be included in the catalogue available to patrons.
  13. Application to enter carries with it permission for organisers to use images of exhibits for publicity purposes of Art in the Park.
  14. Artwork can be available for sale with a commission of 20% of selling price payable to the Friends of the Porongurup Range Inc.   Please include sale price of exhibit on form. Organisers ask that you do not use POA, the exhibit should be marked For Sale or Not for sale.
  15. For security no access will be permitted between 5pm and 9am to the exhibition site unless by prior arrangement.  The venue will be staffed 24 hours a day for the duration of the exhibition and set-up.
  16. All care will be taken by the organisers (Friends of the Porongurup Range Inc) but if property insurance is required, exhibitors should arrange their own.
  17. The organisers reserve the right to exclude an entry.

Click here to download the Entry Form

 
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