2017 Kidman Art Show Results

20 to 25 October 2017

The sixth biennial Kidman Art Show ran from Friday 20th until Wednesday 25th October 2017. The main venue was the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall in Hill Street with the Photographic Exhibition in the Kapunda Community Gallery at the corner of Main and Brown Streets.

The Art Show was again supported by the Light Regional Council and we are also very appreciative of a number of other generous sponsors.

The Kapunda Community Gallery again provided their valuable support and expertise, including staging the Photographic Exhibition in conjunction with the Kidman Art Show.

The Kidman Art Show provides an opportunity for regional artists to compete for generous prizes and to display their work for sale. All proceeds from the Art Show go towards local and international Rotary humanitarian projects.

Best in Exhibition (Acquisitive Prize)
“T-Junction, Seppelstfield” Christopher Meadows (Clare)
Oil & Acrylic
Winner “Heading Home” Robert Anderson (Kapunda)
Highly Commended “Still” Julie Lloyd (Burra)
Watercolour / Gouache
Winner “A View of Clare” Alan RamaChandran (Aberfoyle Park)
Highly Commended “Basking in the Bowl” Maxine Donald (Kapunda)
Drawing and Pastels
Winner “Sandhills – Pt Victoria” Meredith Mayr, Pastel (Watervale)
Highly Commended “The Redgum” Tony Smith, Drawing (Lyrup)
Photography and Print Media
Winner “Burnt Earth” Janelle Amos (Greenock)
Highly Commended “Abandoned” Penny Heighes (Callington)
Sculpture, 3 Dimensional Works and Fabric Arts
Winner “Family Bonding” Malcolm Craig (Kapunda)
Highly Commended “Brian Cox as Bernardo Guadagni” Gerhard Ritter (Uleybury)
Connection to the Land
Winner “Road from Light” Lise Temple
Highly Commended “Twilight Gold, Light Range” B.J. Moore (Kapunda)
People’s Choice
Artworks “The Redgum” Tony Smith, Drawing (Lyrup)
Photography Drawing “Windy Hill” Leanne Walding (Murray Bridge)