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Hadley’s School Prize Presented by Artery

Congratulations to Margate Primary!
Winners of the 2018 Hadley’s School Prize Presented by Artery.
The school have been awarded $1000 in art supplies from Artery for their outstanding entry.

Take a look at their excellent video submission here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=11oZHjCgpdgzEw46Ic370EezmT8f7VuHf

And here’s what the school wrote:

Intriguing. Fresh. Inspiring. Confined. Relaxing. Peaceful. Expansive. Serene. Quiet. Lively. Mysterious. Emotional. Tranquil. Simple… Mine. These are words that describe the connection that our students have with the places they depicted in their landscapes. Visiting the Hadley’s Art Prize opened the door for us to explore the language that we use to describe art. It also gave us the freedom to explore new visual languages to depict the places we are spiritually and emotionally connected to. Shown in the video are some of the artworks from our class exhibition overlayed with spoken artist’s statements that identify the processes, colours, styles and messages from Hadley’s exhibited artists that inspired them. Shades, powerful, home, beauty, collage, bright, moving, bushy, misty were some of the components that students were moved to replicate in their own works after seeing them in the flesh. Most students chose places with a strong family connection and iconic Tasmanian native landscape settings. The exhibition has been a huge source of pride for a group who are overwhelmingly artistically self-conscious.

 

 

The Art of the Artist's Brush

Most painters need only two things to make art: their paintbrushes and paint. Here's a sneak peek from the next How It's Made.

Posted by Science Channel on Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Mesmerising process 🖌

From The Science Channel’s ‘How it’s Made Series.

Hutchins Art Prize 2018

The Hutchins Australian Contemporary Art Prize (Previously Hutchins Art Prize) have just launched their new website for the 2018 prize, and entries are now open.

Artery is an ongoing proud sponsor of the prize with the $1,000 Artery Tasmanian Artist’s Prize (materials).

The First Prize is $20,000 (acquisitive).

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