2019 PRIZE WINNERS

BEST IN SHOW

$2000 sponsored by Quarry Solutions

JOANNA BURGLER ‘OLD HOLDEN FC’

PAINTING

FIRST PRIZE $1000 sponsored by Richmond Valley Council

TRISH TAIT ‘WAITING’

SECOND PRIZE $200 Sponsored by Coraki Hotel

PAMELA BUGBY ‘THE TREE OF WISDOM’

THIRD PRIZE Sponsored by Art Aspects Gallery

DELLENE STRONG ‘REFLECTIONS ABOUND’

WORKS ON PAPER

FIRST PRIZE $1000 Sponsored by Foot Finesse

JASON SKEWES ‘FOLLOW ME HOME’

SECOND PRIZE $200 Sponsored by Kevin Hogan MP

DIANNE INGRAM ‘KNEELING AT THE FOOT OF THE MOUNTAIN

THIRD PRIZE $100 Sponsored by Premier Art & Framing

ELLA SPACKMAN ‘INSIDE OUT’

SCULPTURE

FIRST PRIZE $800 Sponsored by Tregael Macadamias

MIRIAM SALOMON ‘STILL LIFE WITH GOLDFISH’

SECOND PRIZE $250 Sponsored by Swan Bay Sandstone Landscape & Quarry Supplies

KEVIN HERRICK ‘FESTIVAL OF THE DEAD’

PHOTOGRAPHY

FIRST PRIZE $800 Sponsored by Mid Richmond Plumbers

PETER HUMPHREYS ‘TIMES GONE BY’

SECOND PRIZE Sponsored by Coraki Art Prize

NARELLE JARVIS ‘MONSERRAT MIST’

YOUTH ART 12 & UNDER

FIRST PRIZE Sponsored by Chris Gulaptis MP

JESSY COX ‘COASTAL SUNSET’

SECOND PRIZE $75 Sponsored by Chris Gulaptis MP

MARCELINE HOCKEY ‘FIRE SUNSET’

YOUTH ART 13-18YRS

FIRST PRIZE $200 Sponsored by Al’s Locksmithing & Security

ELLA SPACKMAN ‘PERSPECTIVES ON NATURE’

SECOND PRIZE $100 Sponsored by Coraki Rural & Hardware Supplies

CHARLOTTE CAMPBELL ‘RFS DREAMING’

ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD $50 Sponsored by Coraki Rural & Hardware Supplies

BRIELLEN KEENES ‘SUBURBAN PARANIOA’

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Gala Night – This Saturday!

Come along and see a collection of work from artists that come from ‘all walks of life’. Young to old, from the amatuer to practising, emerging to established. Come and show support for artists in the Northern Rivers.

BAR, POP-UP EATERY AND LIVE MUSIC – SATURDAY 26TH OCT, 6PM YOUTH HALL, CORAKI

COME ALONG TO THE CORAKI YOUTH HALL, 77 BRIDGE STREET CORAKI AFTER SEEING THE EXHIBITION ( OPEN LATE FOR EXTENDED HOURS ON SATURDAY) FREE ADMISSION ALL WELCOME – GREAT FOOD AND DRINK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE (INCLUDING BAR SERVICE). PRIZE PRESENTATION AT 7PM AND PROJECTED SLIDESHOW OF ALL WORK EXHIBITED WILL BE ON DISPLAY…….

LIVE MUSIC BY THE ROMANIACS

The Romaniacs original music has been inspired by Gypsy, Folk, Latin, Celtic, Spanish and Eastern roots grooves. Their music is an eclectic mix of vocal and instrumentals, with acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, violin, and a unique array of percussion instruments.

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2018 PRIZE WINNERS

BEST IN SHOW $2000 Sponsored by Quarry Solutions

JUDGED BY: CHRISTINE WILLCOX, MICHAEL CUSACK, SANDRA TAYLOR, RUDIGER WASSER, NARELLE JARVIS.

CHARLIE HURCOMBE THE SPACE CAR‘ Repurposed Aircraft wing section and other items

CHARLIE HURCOMB ‘THE SPACE CAR’

Judges notes: Dynamic flying machine, eccentric and clever use of found materials. Skillfully made, quality in workmanship. Keen observational skill of the everyday objects that have been used to put together. Cyber junk gone real.

PAINTING

JUDGED BY CHRISTINE WILLCOX & MICHAEL CUSACK

FIRST PRIZE – $1000 Sponsored by Richmond Valley Council

TIA TERRY ‘EMPHEMERAL FLOW’ Oil on board

TIA TERRY ‘EMPHEMERAL FLOW’

Judges notes: Beautiful little painting about a utilitarian object – A Demonstration of paintings ability to transform the everyday. Lovely tone, composition and framing combine to make this a winning entry.

SECOND PRIZE $200 Sponsored by Coraki Hotel

SELWYN CROOK ‘MAGPIES & FISHERMAN’ Acrylic on canvas

SELWYN CROOK ‘MAGPIES & FISHERMAN’

Judges notes: A very humanistic painting, it transcends western convention of art. It just touches the heart.

A great painting full of energy and life, great colour and layering.

THIRD PRIZE $150 Sponsored by Art Aspects Gallery

PAMELA BUGMY ‘PILLYARA’ (EAGLE HAWK) Acrylic on canvas

PAMELA BUGMY ‘PILLYARA’ (EAGLE HAWK)

Judges notes: A beautifully realised painting, great technique and extremely well executed. Reduced palette of the red is an invitation into the work.

WORKS ON PAPER

JUDGED BY CHRISTINE WILLCOX & MICHAEL CUSACK

FIRST PRIZE $1000 Sponsored by Foot Finesse

JOHN SMITH ‘JACK & JILL: WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU DOING JACK?’ MIXED MEDIA

JOHN SMITH ‘JACK & JILL: WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU DOING JACK’

*APOLOGIES FOR THE POOR IMAGE OF THE WORK – REFLECTIONS ON THE GLASS DO NOT MAKE FOR A GOOD REPRESENTATION OF THE ACTUAL WORK.

Judges notes: Beautiful colour and technique. John Smith delivers a way of working with paint that is convincing and full of gusto.

SECOND PRIZE $200 Sponsored by Coraki Art Prize

SUSAN JACOBSEN ‘WATERCOURSE’ MIXED MEDIA

Judges notes: A punchy little collage, great technique. Strong energy – Good mark making.

THIRD PRIZE $100 Sponsored by Premier Art & Framing

SASCHA BRAVERY ‘UNTITLED’ ETCHING

SASCHA BRAVERY ‘UNTITLED’

Judges notes: Great print. Unusual presentation. Like the scale and good technique.

SCULPTURE

JUDGED BY SANDRA TAYLOR

FIRST PRIZE $800 Sponsored by Tregael Macadamias

JEFF STEWART ‘COMPANION’

JEFF STEWART ‘COMPANION’

Judges notes: Bold Statement – taking an everyday object and framing it out of context. It’s the angle & balance that capture the eye and gives it a dynamic. The strong contrast of the thich heavy block of wood out of which shoots the finely hewn stick, gives the work a “notice me” feel. It is a work of restraint and is very much resolved . It is simple, pure and has a certain confidence. It says “I am a work of art – take me seriously”

SECOND PRIZE $250 Sponsored by Swan Bay Sandstone Landscape & Quarry Supplies

BRUCE PRINGLE ‘ALL IN THE SAME BOAT’

BRUCE PRINGLE ‘ALL IN THE SAME BOAT’

Judges notes: A work of restraint and thoughtful combination of materials, textures and tones. The entrapment of space and the letting go of space is beautifully resolved. Shapes are strong. It is quietly contemplative.

PHOTOGRAPHY

JUDGED BY RUDIGER WASSER

FIRST PRIZE $800 Mid Richmond Plumbers & Coraki Art Prize

JACK MARR ‘SCISSION’

JACK MARR ‘SCISSION’

Judges notes: Jack’s black and white photograph is superbly executed by concentrating on the essential human reflection while using the medium of photography to its best effect. Simple, to the point, technically flawless.

SECOND PRIZE $100 Sponsored by Coraki Art Prize

MARK DAVIS ‘PINNACLE COFFEE SHOP

MARK DAVIS ‘THE PINNACLE COFFEE SHOP’

Judges notes: Mark is able to bring us a different perspective of an iconic look-out. While the Pinnacle gives us a birds-eye perspective in itself, it is viewed from far above giving the viewer a wide-angle perspective with immense detail of the caldera environment. Enjoy your next coffee there!

POPULAR CHOICE $500 sponsored by Coraki Rural Transaction Centre

TANIA ALDERMAN ‘ELI’ MIXED MEDIA

TANIA ALDERMAN ‘ELI’

WON THE MOST VOTES FROM THE PUBLIC DURING THE EXHIBITION.

YOUTH ART 13-18YRS

JUDGED BY NARELLE JARVIS

FIRST PRIZE $200 Sponsored by Kevin Hogan MP

CASEY RUCKER ‘THE EYES HAVE IT’

CASEY RUCKER ‘THE EYES HAVE IT’

Judges notes: Animal/human relationship- nice mix. Reminiscent of classic art. Very original.

SECOND PRIZE $100 Sponsored by Coraki Rural and Hardware Supplies

ALEAH GAUDRY ‘TRIPPING’

ALEAH GAUDRY ‘TRIPPING’

Judges notes: Fun and original

ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD $50 Sponsored by Coraki Rural and Hardware Supplies

KIARA MCANALLY ‘A LANNISTER ALWAYS REPAYS HIS DEBTS’

KIARA McANALLY ‘A LANNISTER ALWAYS REPAYS HIS DEBTS’

Judges notes: Striking gaze – well executed.

YOUTH ART 12YRS & UNDER

JUDGED BY NARELLE JARVIS

FIRST PRIZE $150 Sponsored by Chris Gulaptis MP

FRANKIE GRANT ‘TREE OF SADNESS’

Judges notes: Very emotive and expressive.

SECOND PRIZE $75 Sponsored by Chris Gulaptis MP

JESSICA EVANS ‘THE DRESSMAKERS MODEL’

Judges notes: Good composition and good use of colour.

YABSLEY FAMILY AWARD for best work by young idigenous artist $100

ANNE McAULEY ‘MY GRANDMOTHER’S COUNTRY (URNEBVILLLE)’

ANNE McAULEY ‘MY GRANDMOTHERS COUNTRY (URBENVILLE)’

WOODBURN & DISTRICT GARDEN CLUB AWARD for best floral- themed work $50

LUCY HERD ‘ WEST STREET HALL’

LUCY HERD ‘ WEST STREET HALL’

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LETTING ALL ARTISTS KNOW……

THE CORAKI ART PRIZE IS BACK ON IN OCTOBER 2019. To download and save an Entry Form  – Click on link  cap-entry-form-2019-editable

Entry Forms can also be found in cafes, galleries, art supply and framing stores, information centres and many other places all around the Northern Rivers.

Please contact us with any enquiries at                                  info@corakiartprize.org.au or 0424 783 450 

 

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PRIZE WINNERS 2017

IT WAS A GREAT EXHIBITION OF WORK! THERE WERE AROUND 320 WORKS ENTERED FROM ARTISTS ACROSS THE REGION. THANK YOU TO ALL THE ARTISTS WHO ENTERED THIS YEAR! THIS YEARS WINNERS ARE LISTED BELOW:

BEST IN SHOW

SHINE THE LIGHT‘ by  MELISSA MARKWELL (Mosaic sculpture, surfboard)

BEST IN SHOW’ is a prize awarded to one work, out of all work entered in all the different  sections and mediums in The Coraki Art Prize. It is a prize of $2000The prize winner is chosen by all the judges, this year we had four judges, and together they pick a winner. Thank you to all our judges this year for dedicating their time and expertise to the judging and supporting the Art Prize. Thank you to the sponsors of this years $2000 ‘Best in Show’ prize – QUARRY SOLUTIONS The Art Prize relies on the generosity of all those who kindly sponsor all of our prizes.

MELISSA MARKWELL 'SHINE THE LIGHT,

JUDGES NOTES: This dynamic work oozes confident ease and playfulness. The judges choice for best in show was spontaneously unanimous. It does shine the light and magnetically draws the viewer in. All that we know and feel about the surfboard is incongruous with the weighty materials applied to its surface yet both are in sublime harmony. The lighthouse imagery is joyful and innocent – it fits the form to perfection. Although born of cliches, this highly resolves work has a powerful iconic resonance. The artist takes on the stereotype and runs with it. She looks through fresh eyes and transcends the all too familiar decorated surfboard; she overrides the connotation of mosaic as popular D.I.Y remedy for all things bland in the house and garden.This artist boldly works her magic with these elements and the cliche is transformed into a vibrantly magnetic work of art, shining the light.

PAINTING                                                            FIRST PRIZE


FIRST PRIZE judged by MARC DE JONG, is a prize of $1000 sponsored by RICHMOND VALLEY COUNCIL who we thank kindly for their continued support.

THE CORAKI ART PRIZE is proud to be a source of encouragement to this very talented local young artist, who won first prize ten years ago or so in one of our ‘Youth Art’ sections.

JOSEPH BELFORD, 'VIEW FROM HOME'

Judges notes – Lyrical expressive piece reveals an intimate, private world through a window revealed as an Aussie landscape full of life, texture, colour, modest, humble, a felt experience. A modernist work, glazing, drawing, loose tones.

 SECOND PRIZE

GOANNA HEADLANDS’ by ALVINA KAPEEN (acrylic on canvas)

SECOND PRIZE judged by MARC DE JONG. It is a prize of $200 sponsored by CORAKI HOTEL Thank you to one of our local Coraki businesses for their generous support. We are only a small town so we really appreciate this sponsorship and especially from these guys who are only fairly new owners of the CORAKI HOTEL.

We are proud to see this prize go to Alvina Kapeen who is a local Coraki artist and who’s work we love getting a chance to see. The judge remarked on his appreciation of the dreaming story told in the painting and liked that it was relevant to a place he’s familiar with. Overall he was impressed with Alvina as a painter and saw the work to be uniquely hers.                                                                                                                                                          goanna2

 THIRD PRIZE

‘WHITEWATER @ BOULDERS BEACH’ by DELLENE STRONG (Watercolour)

THIRD PRIZE is $100 sponsored by ART ASPECTS GALLERY who we thank very much for all their continued support throughout the years. Their gallery is always full of beautiful artwork and wares from talented artists from all over the Northern Rivers           rocks              JUDGES NOTES: Stunning watercolour, movement, fluidity, form and structure.

 WORKS ON PAPER                  

FIRST PRIZE

FLOWER‘ by LEANNE ROSE (Texta & pen on paper)                                     

JUDGED by MARC DE JONG                                                                                                     FIRST PRIZE is a $1000 sponsored by FOOT FINESSE. Who we thank very much for the very generous support given by sponsoring this prize. Congratulations Leanne! We have been told that winning this prize has brought much joy and happiness to her and her family, friends and support workers.

LEANNE ROSE, 'FLOWER' JUDGES NOTES:  Stars, colour sings, form moves and stretches out, inclusive, cultural and dynamic.

 SECOND PRIZE

‘COASTAL JOURNEY’ by FIONA NICHOLLS 

SECOND PRIZE is $200 sponsored by CORAKI ART PRIZE. Due to difficulty this year in finding sponsors for the prizes. We were happy to see Fiona  Nicholls former judge for the Coraki Art Prize Fiona win in not just one section but two! what beautiful work                                                                                                                    coastal                 JUDGES NOTES: Calming dreamlike depth.

* Apologies for the quality of image – it doesn’t do Fiona’s work justice

THIRD PRIZE

FRACTAL GECKO’ by PAUL HOBSON ( colored pencil, pen, pencil on paper)

THIRD PRIZE is $100 voucher by PREMIER ART AND FRAMING  Who we thank very much for being a sponsors once again – thanks for your support.

JUDGES NOTES: Beautifully rendered fades, transitions, pattern, psychedelic – circle of life eye.

PAUL HOBSON 'FRACTEL GECKO' JUDGES NOTES: Beautifully rendered fades, transitions, pattern, psychedelic – circle of life eye.

SCULPTURE

FIRST PRIZE

‘PARCHED – NIMBIN ROCKS’ by SUSAN JACOBSEN 

FIRST PRIZE is a prize of $800, sponsored by The Coraki Art Prize .

Susan Jacobsen can call herself a Coraki Art Prize multi-award winner adding to the list 1st in Sculpture 2017.

JUDGES NOTES:  This is a very understated work whose subject matter in reality is anything but. The artist interprets the rocks in a stylised geometric manner – sharp and sheer is the feeling. The work is tiny yet it has a hint of monumentality, the forms are restrained yet their beautifully resolved surfaces exude the feeling of rock. There is nothing decorative here- Each mark is essential and pure. Full of understanding and meaning.

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JUDGES NOTES:  This is a very understated work whose subject matter in reality is anything but. The artist interprets the rocks in a stylised geometric manner – sharp and sheer is the feeling. The work is tiny yet it has a hint of monumentality, the forms are restrained yet their beautifully resolved surfaces exude the feeling of rock. There is nothing decorative here- Each mark is essential and pure. Full of understanding and meaning.

SECOND PRIZE

‘BREAKFAST TRAY’ by MIRIAM SALOMON

SECOND PRIZE is $250 sponsored by SWAN BAY SANDSTONE LANDSCAPE AND QUARRY SUPPLIES. A local business who has supported The Coraki Art Prize throughout many of its years – thank you once again for your sponsorship.                                                                  breakfast

JUDGES NOTES: Here is a quietly resolved work that has a timelessness about it. This breakfast has been going on for centuries! We feel we could part of it – personal associations and memories are evoked, The work is beautifully executed. The tray that holds these familiar objects could even be seen as a frame surrounding a STILL LIFE painting, stillness permeates the work which has the capacity to hold the the viewer in its many layers of meaning.

PHOTOGRAPHY

FIRST PRIZE

REEF PLAY’ by FIONA NICHOLLS 

JUDGING by MARK DAVIES                                                                                                          This is a prize of $800 sponsored by MID RICHMOND PLUMBERS. We appreciate the many years of support this great Coraki business has provided  are very thankful.

JUDGES NOTES: The light and composition make this a beautiful image that is well presented. There is a lovely sense of dynamic in the image.

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JUDGES NOTES: The light and composition make this a beautiful image that is well presented. There is a lovely sense of dynamic in the image.

SECOND PRIZE

MEETING PLACE’ by RUDIGER WASSER 

SECOND PRIZE gets $100. It was a challenge this year to find sponsors for all the prizes so this one also sponsored by The Coraki Art Prize.

JUDGES NOTES: The circle is quite strong in an image full of lines, the dynamics is very strong. But a change in perspective may have altered the end result.

RUDIGER WASSER 'MEETING POINT'

JUDGES NOTES: The circle is quite strong in an image full of lines, the dynamics is very strong. But a change in perspective may have altered the end result.

POPULAR CHOICE

LOCAL’ by CAROL GRAY 

AS VOTED IN BY THE PUBLIC

POPULAR CHOICE IS A PRIZE OF $500 SPONSORED BY THE RURAL TRANSACTION CENTRE. A big THANK YOU to the RTC for all their help and participation and sponsorship.

CAROL GRAY 'LOCAL'

YOUTH ART 12 YEARS & UNDER

FIRST PRIZE

‘DOG’ 

 PHOENIX ALLEN

dog

SECOND PRIZE

THE LIGHTHOUSE’ 

ALLERIA BROWN

lighthouse

YOUTH ART 13 – 18 YRS

FIRST PRIZE

INCONSOLABLE

ELLA SPACKMAN

eye

SECOND PRIZE

‘NATIVE’  

URSULA SCHNIEDER

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Selected views of the 2017 show

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INFO ON OUR JUDGES FOR 2017….

This year’s Coraki Art Prize is very lucky to have Marc de Jong judging both the ‘PAINTING’ and the ‘WORKS ON PAPER’ sections. Marc was one of Melbourne’s most notable stencil artists in the 90’s, playing a defining role in the contemporary Australian street art scene and Marc has been exhibited and collected by several galleries including the National Gallery of Australia. Separate from the street art he is an established contemporary painter. He has a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Victorian College of the Art and, prior to that, studied under Howard Arkley while completing an advanced certificate of Art and Design at Prahran TAFE. He has had many solo exhibitions and been involved in numerous group shows. He was a finalist in the 2010 Archibald Prize, 2009 Sulman Prize, the 2008 Wynne Prize, the 2008 Fleurieu Biennale and the 2006 ABN Amro Emerging Artist’s Award among other art prizes.

Also this year’s Coraki Art Prize is extremely lucky and proud to have Sandra Taylor judging the ‘SCULPTURE’ section this year.
Sandra recently had a retrospective exhibition called, ‘True Stories Sandra Taylor 1975 – 2017’, down at the Grafton Regional Gallery, it was superb. Those lucky enough to have gone would have seen the work which speaks for itself.

Sandra Taylor is considered a significant Australian artist who has made many major contributions to the visual arts through her practice as well in her work as a teacher, and in particular to ceramics.Her work has been influential, and has been loved and admired by many.
One could write a very long list of her achievements but I’ll just mention a few. She has exhibited extensively nationally as well as overseas, her work has been exhibited in major public galleries as well as in many private ones. Her work has been collected by many galleries including the National Gallery of Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Powerhouse Gallery.
Private collectors include the likes of Sir Elton John, the late Sir Michael Parkinson and David Evans, President of MGM/United Artists.
Grafton Regional Gallery has been collecting her work for many years and continues to collect her work as Sandra has worked and lived locally.
Sandra has also been a great support to the Coraki Art Prize over the years, working as a volunteer, an adviser and judge, has donated work as a prize for fundraising in a raffle and has also entered work.Sandra Taylor JPEG 2

Above image from front cover of ‘ True Stories Sandra Taylor 1975 – 2017’ picture of work by Sandra Taylor, ‘Glorious home, fabulous pool view I’, 1996, terracotta.

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Above picture of work by Sandra Taylor,
‘Oh cow of full and empty meaning’,
1994,
earthenware.

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Picture of work by Sandra Taylor,
‘Room II’
1978,
handbuilt various inlaid coloured clays & painted & stain clays.

Our judge for PHOTOGRAPHY this year is the very talented Mark Davis.

Mark has been a keen photographer for nearly 30 years and until recently, convened a camera club in Ballina. Mark has won numerous local and interstate awards for his photography including Ipswich Art Awards, BHP Waltzing Matilda Photographic Competition, Bentley Art Show, Ocean Shores and selected numerous times in the Caldera Art Awards. In 2012 Mark held a very successful exhibition of his infrared photography at the Tweed Regional Gallery. Marks enjoys many forms of photography and often uses his images to make other artworks. More of his work can be seen on his website www.markd.com.au .

Mark owns and manages Ballina Art & Framing and will display 2 of his images.

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THANK YOU TO ALL THE ARTISTS THAT ENTER WE LOVE SEEING YOUR WORK!

A BIG THANK YOU to the artists whose images of entries from 2015 were used to make the 2017 entry form look great.
On the cover – ‘Landmarks’ by Leora Sibony.
In the center clockwise from top left – ‘Elliot’s Journey’ by Tia Terry,
‘Song’ by Katka Adams, ‘Perspective Rail’ by Rose Storer,
‘Head Space’ by Caroline Ezzy, ‘Stalking’ by Charlie Llewellyn.Snapshot 2017 CARP Entry form

Below clockwise from top left –
‘Echidna Mating Season’ by Vanessa Kapeen,
‘Ruby in a Chair’ by Sacha Walker,
‘Brother’ by Chantelle Ferguson Mamallacta,
‘Tabulam Summer’ by Rowan McDonough,
‘Milford Sound NZ’ by Selwyn Crook.

Snapshot CARP 2017 Entry from

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THANK YOU NEV – YOU’RE THE BEST!

Hello everyone, This an overview of our entry form for this year’s Coraki Art Prize 2017. A big thank you to Neville Minch who produced yet another beautiful entry form !2017 CARP Entry Form JPEG

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