First Prize - Acquisitive
Amanda Izzard | Squall Over Kata Tjuta; Zinc Plate Etching, 2018
'The overwhelming sense of both physical beauty and spiritual presence of Kata Tjuta during a wild squall acts as a bridge between the over analytical western mind quantifying space, size and value with the emotional and spiritual connection as human beings experiencing the power of nature over this ancient formation.'
|Squall Over Kata Tjuta
|Zinc Plate Etching
|Winner, Pro Hart Outback Art Prize, 2018
Paul White | Living on the edge ; Pencil on Paper, 2018
'Broken Hill was formed and is largely sustained through the availability of its mined resources. As a result the landscape is dominated by large voids or canyons in the earth surrounding the town. The drawing 'Living on the edge' was made from a photograph that I captured from a light plane flying above Broken Hill.'
Peoples Choice Award
Pennie Hall | Natural Beauty; Composite Image, printed on metal, 2018
'When I think ‘outback’, I think people, animals, earth, water. Nature surrounds us. Natural Beauty represents cultural ties to land and river. Beauty of what is right in front of us. She is beautiful, unique, strong and nurturing. She is earth and water. She is Barkandji. She is River People.'
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