2011 Kidman Art Show Results

28 October to 4 November 2011

Committee members from the Rotary Club of Kapunda and the Kapunda Community Gallery launch the 2011 Kidman Art Show, which ran from 28 October to 4 November.

The third biennial Kidman Art Show commenced on Friday 28 October and ran until Friday 4 November 2011. The main venue was the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall, Kapunda with the Photographic Exhibition in the Kapunda Community Gallery.
The Art Show was supported by the Light Regional Council with sponsorship totalling $5,000. Total prizemoney exceeded $11,000.00, over fourteen categories, details below. We were also very appreciative of a number of other generous sponsors.
The Kapunda Community Gallery provided valuable support and expertise, including staging the Photographic Exhibition in conjunction with the Kidman Art Show.
The Kidman Art Show provided an opportunity for regional artists to compete for generous prizes and to display their work for sale. All proceeds from the Art Show went towards local and international Rotary humanitarian projects. Artists also had an opportunity to donate art works for the raffle and the silent auction held during the Art Show.

2011 Kidman Art Show Results

Over $11,000 in prizes were awarded as follows:

Best in Exhibition (Acquisitive Prize)
“Wine Track Patterns” Chris Alway
The Kapunda & Light Region
“Break in the Weather” Anita Thiele
Oil & Acrylic
“Spirit of the Land” Judith Kittel
Highly Commended Award
“Brownhill Creek Summer Day” Irma Denk
“Warm Day” Alan Ramachandran
Highly Commended Award
“Martu” Gerhard Ritter
Drawing and Pastels
“Winter Warmth” Bill Truslove
Highly Commended Award
“Drawing Study at Walker Flat” Harry Sherwin
Photography and Print Media
“Running Riots” Daniel Sutherland
Highly Commended Award
“Angle Flyer” Paul Watson
Sculpture, 3 Dimensional Works and Fabric Arts
“Cock’s Girls” Malcolm Craig
Highly Commended Award
“The Travellers” Suzanne Cherry
Connection to the Land
“Mates” Marianne Scarvelis
People’s Choice Award
“Jack’s Team of Eight” Keith Blake