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Exhibition: tidal.20 City of Devonport Tasmanian Art Award

tidal is a contemporary art award linked to the theme of water and tides to acknowledge Tasmania’s rich maritime history.

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tidal.20: City of Devonport Tasmanian Art Award

5 December 2020 – 30 January 2021
Main & Upper Gallery
Devonport Regional Gallery received 162 entries to the tidal.20 City of Devonport Tasmanian Award. Out of these entries, 40 works have been preselected by the judging panel, composed of Janet Carding, Director of Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery; Patrick Sutczak, Associate Lecturer in Art, School of Creative Arts UTAS; and Deborah Malor, Honorary Associate, Visual Arts and Design, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, for the finalists’ exhibition.
The Gallery would like to thank every artist who entered and congratulates the following selected artists on their selection:
Raymond Arnold, Ashley Bird, Liz Braid, Amanda Charge, Glen Clarke, Susannah Coleman-Brown, Janine Combes, Rebecca Coote, Louise Daniels, Selena de Carvalho, Richard Dunlop, Kylie Elkington, David Hamilton, Robyn Harman, Andy Hutson, Eloise Kirk, Nigel Lazenby, Kevin Lund, Penny Mason, Nancy Mauro-Flude, Milan Milojevic, Chris Morgan, Anne Morrison, Matthew Newton, Ciara O’Meara, Joanna Pinkiewicz, Sarah Rhodes, Jasmine Kiyomi Roe-Bose, Dexter Rosengrave, Troy Ruffels, Susan Simonini, Cheryl Sims, Melissa Smith, David Stephenson, Suze van der Beek, Martin Walch, Mary Wilson, Philip Wolfhagen, Steve Woodbury and Katy Woodroffe.
tidal.20 exhibition dates: Saturday 5 December 2020 – Saturday 30 January 2021
KEY DATES
• Exhibition Opening & Announcement of Winning Artist: By invitation only – Friday 4 December 2020.
• Exhibition Dates: 5 December 2020 – 31 January 2021.
• Judges’ floor talks: Saturday 5 December 2020: Time 11am
Artists
Image of Raymond Arnold's painting, 'Dominating the Enemy, 5am Queenstown RSL'.
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Raymond Arnold

Visual artists

A printmaker and painter of international reputation, influenced by the rugged, compelling beauty of Tasmania's west coast
Artwork at Despard Gallery
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Glen Clarke

Visual artists

Glen's collages and paintings that are intricately constructed from delicately folded currency.
Earrings
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(Sandra) Janine Combes

Jewellers

Janine Combes contemporary Tasmanian jeweller
5. Love Creeper Tryst (Comesperma volubile, Aubrey Luck Reserve), 2019, oil on linen, 137 x 107cm, $6,750, Kylie Elkington, 2019
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Kylie Elkington

Visual artists

Pre-Raphaelite Neo-Romantic Painter
David Hamilton - Torque
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David Hamilton

Visual artists

David Hamilton’s practice includes sculpture, installation, drawing and digital media.
Arches, Collage, Acylic and resin on linen, 91x61cm, Eloise Kirk, 2017
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Eloise Kirk

Visual artists

Nest artwork
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Anne Morrison

Visual artists

intimate and delicate studies
archival solvent based print on composite aluminium sheet
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Troy Ruffels

Visual artists

collagraph lino print, 16 x 22cm
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Melissa Smith

Visual artists

award winning printmaker whose work is in many private and public collections
6.26 pm, 20 October 2017, Suze van der Beek
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Suze van der Beek

Visual artists

Sensuous photographic landscapes
Image of Philip Wolfhagen's painting, 'New Exaltation Concept No.8'.
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Philip Wolfhagen

Visual artists

One of Australia’s leading contemporary landscape painters, inspired by the emotive qualities of light and weather and the atmosph…
Brush & Boot
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Steve Woodbury

Visual artists

Steve Woodbury’s work explores the nature of perception and meaning.

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Exhibition: tidal.20 City of Devonport Tasmanian Art Award

Devonport Regional Gallery
145-151 Rooke St, Devonport TAS 7310, Australia

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