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2016 Kenneth Jack annual memorial drawing prize results


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Third day, the George Tindale Memorial Garden, pastel by It Hao Pheh.
Winner,
Kenneth Jack Memorial prize 2016.
 

Exhibition launch draws a crowd


The 2016 Kenneth Jack Memorial Drawing exhibition was judged by Jo Bradley, former senior Fine Arts lecturer at RMIT, and the winners announced at the opening on Wednesday 6 April. Congratulations to the artists who received awards, and to everyone whose paintings are hanging in the exhibition.The exhibition will be on display until 1 May, so don't miss it!

To see more of the exhibition, visit the AGRA website and take a look at the slideshow.

 
Don't forget the drawing demonstration in charcoal by Rob Knight happening this Saturday, in conjunction with the Kenneth Jack exhibition. Limited spaces - call (03) 9882 5859 to book your spot now!

Venue: AGRA Galleries, 1 Inglesby Road, Camberwell
 
Cost: AGRA members $15, non members $20.

Saturday 16 April 10:00 - 12:00 Rob Knight, charcoal
Fossicking - nuthatch on conifer, colour pencil by Pete Marshall. Winner, Colour pencil and pencil award.
Black and white, pencil by Tim Murray.
Matriach of the Mara, charcoal, by Pete Marshall.
Twist in white, pencil by Craig Rawlings
9 pm and 35 degrees, pen and wash by Linda Finch.
Life Study, charcoal and conte, by Geoff Sargeant.
My rock, pastel by David Alldridge.
Winner, illustrative award.
Tracy Ann, colour pencil by Peter Applegate
Fremantle Blue IV, colour pencil by Geoff Sargeant.
Stan, pastel by Cathie Berry. 
Winner, charcoal and pastel award.
Bulkunu, pen and wash, Cynthia Venn.
Winner, pen or pen and wash award.
Off Rosebud, charcoal by Brian Martin.
Forest floor, colour pencil by Cynthia Boyle
Three amigos, scratchboard by Anne Saglietti
Melbourne Town Hall, charcoal by Regina Hona.
Stringed, colour pencil by Elena Kolotusha.
Stacey, pastel by Rod Edelsten
Summer at Sorrento, pen and wash by Ian Pascoe.
The sixth day: Lydiard Street north, Ballarat, pastel by It Hao Pheh.
Chambal River stones: Pied Kingfisher, pencil by Pete Marshall.
Soul Hunter, colour pencil by Elena Kolotusha
Sand Ripples, charcoal by Patricia Galli.
Copyright © 2016 Australian Guild of Realist Artists, All rights reserved.


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