breathe

breathe

by Harriet Schwarzrock

Winner, Sculpture & Objects 2014. Blown tinted glass, shelf, 55cm x 90cm x 31cm.

Water bubbles

Water bubbles

by Jane Price

Finalist, Sculpture & Objects 2014. Glass, 5cm x 50cm x 50cm.

Light My Fire

Light My Fire

by Luna

Finalist, Paintings 2014. Oil on Belgian linen, 91cm x 137cm.

Eucalyptus Melliodora

Eucalyptus Melliodora

by Madeline Prowd

Finalist, Youth Art Prize 2014. Blown, wheel cut, hand finished glass, 18cm x 50cm x 40cm.

nameless specimens

nameless specimens

by Saffron Lily Gordon

Finalist, Sculpture & Objects 2014. crochet, 30cm x 20.5cm x 7cm.

Bangkerreng

Bangkerreng

by Samuel Namundja

Finalist, Paintings 2014. Ochre on Arches paper, 76cm x 102cm.

Ocean Tidings

Ocean Tidings

by Scott Hartshorne

Finalist, Paintings 2014. Oil and alkyd paint on linen, 76cm x 152.5cm.

Welcome to the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize

Congratulations to all the finalists and the winners of the 2014 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize. 

 

Overall Prize
Carole King for High Tide, Wynnum

Prize for Paintings presented in recognition of San Remo‚Äč
Richard Dunlop for The Path of the Eel

Prize for Works on Paper sponsored by Finsbury Green
Pamela French for Studies from the shelf II

The Helen Hill Smith OAM Prize for Sculpture and Objects presented by Sam and Robert Hill Smith in memory of their mother
Harriet Schwarzrock for breathe

Waterhouse Youth Art Prize sponsored by the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
Jennifer Ahrens for Heartwood #7

 

See all of the finalists artworks in the online gallery

The exhibition will be open at the South Australian Museum from Saturday 26 July to Sunday 7 September 2014. 

 

 

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