THE HEYSEN PRIZE FOR LANDSCAPE 2018
Congratulations to all the artists selected for the Heysen Prize For Landscape 2018 Finalist Exhibition
Daryl Austin, Janet Ayliffe, Alice Blanch, Fleur Brett, Cheryl Anne Brown, Susan Bruce, Ian Burman, Neville Cichon, Dale Collier, Samuel Condon, Lynn Derrick, James Dodd, Ed Douglas, Odette England, Louise Feneley, Zoe Freney, Liss Fenwick, India Flint, Anna Glynn, Scott Hartshorne, Joy Harvey, Philip Heaton, Liz Hetzel, Kate Hughes, Harold Jelfs, Debra Jurss, Mark Judd, Ben Kelly, Heidi Kenyon, Christina Kerkvliet Goddard, Mark Kimber, Sue Kneebone, Janet Koongotema, Brad Lay, Rebecca McEwan, Sarah Merkel, Kathleen Munn, Monika Morgenstern, Jenny Mulcahy, Claire Primrose, Deborah Prior, Jaime Prosser, Cynthia Schwertsik, Megan Seres, Jane Skeer, Andrew Stattman, Lise Temple, Joel Tonks, Catherine Wait, Peter Walker, Jean Walmberg, Amanda Westley, Laura Williams, Dan Withy, Eleanor Zecchin, Paula Zetlein
Finalist Exhibition dates 6 October to 9 December
Finalist Exhibition Launch October 6th at 6pm
Guest Speaker Lisa Slade, co-acting Director Art Gallery of South Australia
Entries for The Heysen Prize for Landscape 2018 are now closed
The Heysen Prize for Landscape - Acquisitive $15,000
People’s Choice Prize - Non-acquisitive $1,000
The Hahndorf Academy Heysen Prize was established in 1997 to commemorate the life and work of the internationally renowned, artist, Sir Hans Heysen (1877-1968).
Hans Heysen lived on a property nearby Hahndorf town and documented village life in drawings and watercolours. He had a deep connection with the natural landscape and is best known for his paintings of majestic Eucalypt (gum) trees surrounding his property as well as the vast landscapes of the Flinders Ranges in the mid-north of South Australia.
Heysen actively conserved the mature trees on the land surrounding his home and studio at Hahndorf and, through his art, drew attention to the natural beauty of the Australian landscape and significantly contributed to an awareness of the need to protect the natural environment.
The Hahndorf Academy Heysen Prize for Landscape invites artists to express their deep connection with – or concern for – the Australian landscape and environment. We wish to acknowledge that the word 'landscape' here includes all possible aspects of the natural, rural, and urban landscape.
This contemporary art prize is a biennial event celebrating emerging, mid-career and established artists and their connection to landscape and place.
The prize is open for 2D and 3D works.