Dodd, Sloan and Waters in Heysen Prize
Congratulations to James Dodd, Paul Sloan and Sera Waters who have all been selected as finalists in the Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016. Established in 1997 by the Hahndorf Academy, the Heysen Prize commemorates the life and career of renown Australian landscape painter Sir Hans Heysen.
This acquisitive, biennial prize is worth $15,000 and will be exhibited at the Hahndorf Academy from the 8th of October till the 4th of December. The winner will be announced at the launch on Saturday the 8th of October.
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Image: James Dodd, Mildura Boys, 2016, acrylic on linen, 56 x 150 cm
Image: Paul Sloan, I’m going to tell my children’s children #2, 2016, Gouache on paper, 75 x 60 cm
Image: Sera Waters, Fritz and the rose garden, 2014, felt, hand-dyed calico and string, cotton, wool, hand-made stones, trim, approximately, 300 x 200 cm