2018 Art Prize

Northbridge Junior Art Prize 2018

We were delighted with the creativity and talent displayed by our younger artists and hope they will continue to develop their skills. Art works were submitted by a wide range of students including from our own after school and school holiday programs as well as from North Sydney Girls' High School and elsewhere.

Our competition was judged by John Klein, a practising artist and a finalist in the Mosman, Hornsby, Lane Cove and Northbridge Art prizes to name a few. John’s beautiful work will be on display at the Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street Willoughby from 3 – 21 Oct 2018 Wed-Sun 10am-4pm.
This wonderful exhibition was opened by her Worship, Gail Giles-Gidney Mayor of Willoughby City who is well known in the area for her interest in community affairs.

Come and view the creative talent of our younger artists on display in Gallery 307 until 12 October.
Winning entries will then be exhibited at Northbridge Plaza from 15 October to 26 October.




Northbridge Art Prize 2018

The Northbridge Art Prize is an annual exhibition showcasing the exciting and diverse talents of emerging and established artists (both local and interstate) and will be followed in September by the Northbridge Junior Art Prize. The competition is now in its 13th year with over 100 entries entered and displayed each year.

Entries 2018:

104 extremely high quality art works were entered for the 2018 competition all of which were submitted for judging by our Judge, Nick Vickers, BA Visual Art, Dip.Ed., M Art Admin.

Exhibiting artists were Francis Allan, Lisa Allshire, Karen Atkins, Helen Barnett, Rose Basile, Erika Beck, Sueanna Brown. Sharon Candy, Susanna Chen Chow, Amy Clarke, Anne Cockle, Robyn Coleman, Evelyn Davis, Susie Devenport, Dana Dion, Pamela Drewett Smith, Brenda Duncombe, Peter Fairfax, Jume Fernandez, Elaine Foulsham, Elle Foy, Midori Furze, Fran Garrett, Xavier Ghazi, Peta Gischus, Tina Hamson, Jill Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nora Hosking, Linda Joyce, Anna Laerkesen, Elizabeth Langreiter, Yvonne Langshaw, Caroline Larcombe, Ali Mak, Chris Martin, Melissa McElhone, Kevin Mckay, Lyndall Mckee, Gail Mckenzie, Libby Mewing, Pamela Morrison, Heather Noakes, Linda Olstein, Andjana Pachkova, Katrina Parbery, Hiren Patel, Susannah Paterson, Sandra Peterson, Louis Pratt, Cheryl Richardson, Angelina Riley, Amelia Ruggerio, Katy Ryko, Judy Smith, Nicholas Solomon, Margaret Taylor, Claire Tozer, Felicity Unwin, Richard Ward, Stephen Way, Marie Larraine Weir, Sally West, David Wiggs, Paul Williams, Stephen Williams, Patrice Wills, Basia Zielinska.

SEE THE WINNING ARTWORKS HERE

Opening & Awards Ceremony:

The exhibition was opened on Sunday 1st July 2018 by her Workship Gail Giles Gidney, Mayor of Willoughby who spoke warmly of the place which Gallery 307 plays in the Northbridge community. Nick Vickers announced the winners, runners-up and commended works and spoke briefly of the high quality of the works and the difficulty of deciding on the awards.
John Klein, Marketing Manager of Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre announced that the winning works will be displayed in Chatswood Chase from 31 July to 12 August and announced a collaboration between Gallery 307 and Chatswood Chase for the provision of daily childrens' art workshops during the School holidays.

Exhibition times:

Tues – Fri 10am–5pm, Sat 10am–4pm from 1st to 20th July 2018
Grand Prize Winner and Category winners are on display at Level 2, Chatswood Chase (adjacent to escalators) from 31 July to 12 August.

All but one of the works are for sale. (we accept all major credit cards).

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

Address: Gallery 307, 305-307 Sailors Bay Rd Northbridge 2063

The 2018 Children’s Art Prize competition will be held in September 2018.

We wish to thank all our Sponsors in 2018. We appreciate the support and involvement of the local community and businesses