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Border Art Prize 2020
Friday 8 May 2020 to Sunday 5 July 2020
The Temporary Gallery and The Boyd Gallery and Gallery DownTown

The Border Art Prize is a biennial exhibition that supports the endeavours of artists living and working in North Eastern New South Wales and South East Queensland. The exhibition is open to all media and subject matter and attracts a wide variety of styles from both well established and emerging artists.

First prize – $3,000 funded by Tweed Shire Council

Second prize – $1,500 funded by the Friends of the Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre Inc.

Third prize – $500 funded by the Friends of the Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre Inc.

The exhibition typically includes painting, photography, textiles, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics and more and reflects the wealth and breadth of artistic endeavour in the region. The Border Art Prize is always a popular exhibition offering visitors the opportunity to purchase work produced by artists from our region.

Entries now open: http://www.trybooking.com/BHDLW

The Border Art Prize 2020 is proudly supported by Tweed Shire Council and the Friends of Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre Inc.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus emergency, in 2020 the Border Art Prize will be held as an online exhibition.





Trinity Leonard
Hannah 2018
oil on canvas
Winner, Border Art Prize, 2018
Image courtesy the artist

 

Brunswick Sky - Cedar Jeffs
Friday 18 September 2020 to Sunday 8 November 2020
Macnaughton Focus Gallery and Kelly Wall

Cedar Jeffs is an emerging artist currently studying at the Byron School of Art, Mullumbimby. Her practice encompasses a range of mediums, with a focus on oil painting and drawing. Jeffs’ interest lies in exploring the traditional genres of portraiture and landscape within a contemporary context. Her prolonged act of painting allows her to extend these initial impulses into hours of quiet reflection, with the resulting painting a documentation of her experience.

In this series Brunswick Sky Jeffs has featured Brunswick Heads beach as her subject. Living in this coastal area she is constantly inspired by the subtlety of colour and changes in light.

An outcome of the Community Access Exhibitions Program.



Cedar Jeffs
Afternoon Sky 2 2019
oil on canvas, 50 × 40cm
Image courtesy the artist

 
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