Braddon Snape and Loribelle Spirovski—finalists in the 2022 Blake Prize

20 January 2022

We are excited to announce that Braddon Snape and Loribelle Spirovski are finalists in the Blake Prize—a biennial award for artworks that address ideas related to religion, spirituality and/or belief. The winner of the $35,000 prize will be announced on Saturday 12 March and the exhibition of works by 65 finalists will be on show at the Casula Powerhouse Art Centre from 12 March to 22 May, 2022.

“This year’s Blake Prize finalists have delivered an incredible range of artworks, from painting, photography, sculpture, installation and digital media works exploring the wider experience of spirituality, religion and belief,” said CPAC Director Craig Donarski.

An article by Nicolas Jensen titled "Henry Lawson fan's bold bid to take the Blake art prize" about Loribelle Spirovski's work—was featured in The Australian on Wednesday 19 January. The photograph (shown above) by Jane Dempster features Loribelle with the painting—A Foreign Father, and a Child in the Dark—in her Sydney studio.

Newcastle sculptor, Braddon Snape's finalist work Things Are Not as They Appear – 3 Faced Allusive Object is from his recent body of work titled, Things are not as they appear (smoke and mirrors) exhibited at Nanda\Hobbs in December 2021. In this series, the artist's signature inflated stainless steel objects transcend sculpture into the realm of painting and experiential installation.



blak douglas wins the the 2022 Archibald Prize

13 May 2022

Congratulations to five-time finalist Blak Douglas for winning the 2022 Archibald Prize with his portrait of fellow artist and friend, Wiradjuri woman, Karla Dickens. 


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Eight N\H artists selected in the 2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes

6 May 2022

We're thrilled to have eight artists represented this year with ten artworks selected across the three prizes—Jonathan Dalton, Blak Douglas, Kim Leutwyler, Mathew Lynn, James Powditch and Caroline Zilinksky, Lesley Rice and Paul Ryan.

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Art Prize Finalists... James Powditch, Caroline Zilinsky and Marie Mansfield

29 March 2022

James Powditch has been selected in the Gallipoli Art Prize and Caroline Zilinsky and Marie Mansfield are finalists in Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize.

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