2014 Annual Student Art Prize, Bloom: exploring Life, Death and the Ephemeral.

—Prize Announcement—
The 2014 Annual Student Art Prize, Bloom: exploring Life, Death and the Ephemeral opened on Thursday 21st August 2014, with the announcement of the prizes winners.
Major prize sponsored by Uon Services Ltd: a $2,500 travelling scholarship was awarded to Andrew Styan. Two Highly Commended cash prizes sponsored by Port Waratah Coal Services and Chris & Helen Ford were awarded to Hugh Grant and Bree Rooney and the Impetus award sponsored by Sign-A-Rama to Ben Kenning. Congratulations to the prizes winners and all exhibitors who responded to the fantastic theme.
Thank you to Tilse’s Apple Truck Cider for their generous contribution of cider for the opening.

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Winner of the major prize, Andrew Styan, pictured with Judge James Drinkwater and Acting CEO of UoN Services Jennifer Smith.IMG_1695Installation view of Andrew’s winning work Signal Station.IMG_1728 (2)

Highly Commended prize winner Bree Rooney pictured with judge James Drinkwater and Acting CEO of UoN Services Jennifer Smith. 

Prize Winning entries:

Signal Station, Sculpture by Andrew Styan 

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Men and Woman of the World, by Hugh GrantIMG_1996

 

Abstraction of Darkness, Photographic Series by Bree RooneyIMG_2172

 

Semi-Conscious, acrylic and ink on canvas, by Ben Kenning

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