WAA Black & White Art Challenge, Exhibition
and Christmas Party 2012

Lots of laughter, chatting and talking...people enjoying themselves, wine, good food - the black and white show and our Christmas afternoon tea....what a great way to finish up the year!
An estimated seventy people possibly more enjoyed the art show of over 70 artworks, all in black and white of course but featuring two sections: 1. Scratch art and 2. All other types of black and white art.
People enjoyed voting for their most popular artwork, which went to Jo White for ‘High Society’ a large scratch art featuring fashionable dresses of high society ladies. Jo said she designed the dresses herself which made this exceptional artwork even more remarkable. Well done Jo, you well deserved popular choice.

A big thank you to all those who helped to make this show such a success, our judges Jenny Johns, Colin and dot Browne, Ann Feidler, Tony Northover, committee members; Julia Mattea, Naine Sankey, Colin Foster and Helen Halliday, and all those who helped set up, hang and packup, thank you all.

Over $400 dollars worth of prizes were awarded to 17 winners. Much thanks to our sponsors ‘the ArtShop.com.’ at 21 Power Rd. Bayswater, who have just the best prices on art materials. Also Craig, master framer of ‘Studio 536’, situated at 536 Boronia Rd, Boronia.

Victor Gordon receives an
Encouragement Award for
his scratch artwork of ‘Russo’
from Alan Close, coordinator
of the show.

 

B & W Challenge Gallery

Club Secretary, Colin Browne, was there with his camera and took pictures of some of the entries. Click on the thumbnail images to view them enlarged.

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The award winners were:

BLACK AND WHITE- INK AND PEN

1ST PRIZE awarded to Naine Sankey for ‘Owl in a dead Tree’ An excellent work with fresh flowing confident lines. Well done Naine.
2ND PRIZE awarded to Meryl Coleman for ‘Paper bark’ Meryl captured the delicacy of the paperbark superbly a lovely work. Well done Meryl.
3RD PRIZE awarded to Marie Dillon for ‘City View’ Fresh confident lines and and an unusual view. Well done Marie.

SCRATCH ART

IST PRIZE awarded to Gabriele Pelling for ‘Feather touch’ No room for error here, each feather done to perfection. Excellent scratch artwork. Well done Gabriele.
2ND PRIZE awarded to Jo White for ‘High Society’ an astounding work comprising ladies  in fashionable dresses. Jo said she had a lot of fun designing the dresses herself, and it was a work of patience and love for her granddaughter. Well done Jo, we all loved the work so it was no surprise that you also received the POPULAR CHOICE vote.
3RD PRIZE awarded to ‘Helga Jurgensen’ for that delightful kitten scratch art titled ‘Whats around the corner’. Extremely well done line work and captivating. Well done Helga.

HIGHLY COMMENDED:

Ten highly commended certificates were awarded. Congratulations to the following artists:

‘The Stag’ by Ann Greig.
‘Family Outing’ by Kerry Francis
‘Steve’s Best Friend’ by Helen Halliday
‘Timmy and Nerrie with owner’ by Colin Browne
‘Young Faun’ by Pansy Chan.
‘Lioness’ by Marcia Wright.
‘Just Pecken’ by Rhonda Greenfield.
‘Homestead’ by Judith Steinberg
‘A horse’ by Natalie Doubrovski
‘Pots 2’ by Lexine Anastasios

 

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