Canberra artist wins Hornsby Artwork Prize
CANBERRA artist Solomon Karmel-Shann has received the $10,000 Hornsby Artwork Prize.
His paintings, “A Whispering Flag”, which depicts a troubled younger man strolling away from a crimson flag that towers within the distance on high of the hill.
It was described by the judges as evoking “a way of mystique and an underlying story”.
On receiving the award, Karmel-Shann stated: “‘A Whispering Flag’ is a really private portray, exploring change, troublesome choices, contemplation… a narrative that’s simply out of attain of a conclusion.”
“Successful the Hornsby Artwork Prize was a really surreal expertise, one that also feels a bit like a dream. I labored actually arduous on my portray, alone within the studio with my very own ideas and doubts. It’s so encouraging to be given an award like this. Thrilling, truly.”
Karmel-Shann has additionally this week been named among the many semi-finalists within the 2022 Doug Moran Nationwide Portrait Prize, Australia’s richest portrait prize for his portray, “Portrait of the Artist with a Clean Canvas”.
Hosted by the Hornsby Artwork Society, the Hornsby Artwork Prize is an annual, nationwide artwork competitors and exhibition selling and celebrating excellent authentic artworks.
Different winners had been Cleo Wilkinson, Linda Lunnon, Garth Henderson and Ross Richardson, whereas the Wallarobba Excellent Native Award was awarded to Maide Anne Welch and the Hornsby Shire Rising Artist Award to Amelia Ruggiero.
The prize winners and finalists, might be on exhibition at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre and Hornsby Central Library till October 30.
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Ian Meikle, editor