Signature South West 09: Urban Instinct Now Open

25/09/2009 23:22
08/11/2009 16:00

Artgeo is proud to present the Shire of Busselton Annual Acquisitive Art Prize for 2009.

This year's judge was Dr David Bromfield.  He has chosen to present the following artists with these awards:

   Artist  

Marina Troitsky

Displacement

Joint Prize Winner -

Acquired by the Shire of Busselton

Laurie Posa

Red Tail Cockatoo (vanishing habitat)

Joint Prize Winner -

acquired by the Shire of Busselton

 
 

Phillip Berry

Community First

Local Artist Award sponsored by Busselton Toyota

 Chris Tingey

 Balance

 Highly Commended sponsored by Precision Print

  

 Tara Wood

 Crayfish and Cola

Highly Commended sponsored by the Busselton Dunsborough Times

 Tamorin Lavers

 Trolley Collector

 Highly Commended sponsored by Satterley Property Developers

  

Roger Paine

Reflections

Highly Commended sponsored by Bay Signs

  

Thomas Heidt

Constructive Interference

Highly Commended sponsored by Bay Signs

 
  

 Simon Collins

At First There Was a Sunset...

And Then There Was Us

Highly Commended - sold sponsored by Busselton Machining and Diesels

 

We would like to congratulate all the winners and point out that only the joint prize winning pieces were acquired by the shire which leaves 43 other excellent pieces still available for purchase.

This years theme has been really well interpreted by the exhibiting artists.  We asked them  "how have our urban instincts impacted on our environmental harmony in the South West?"  Our intention was to encourage artists to extend their creative boundaries and explore local environmental themes.

This exhibition would not have been possible without the support of the following local businesses:

  • Pro Busselton
  • Busselton Toyota
  • More Cafe
  • Equinox Cafe
  • Busselton Machining and Diesel
  • Bay Signs
  • Precision Print
  • Busselton Dunsborough Times
  • Satterley Property Developers

And the Shire of Busselton