Art Prize

The Kyneton Daffodil & Arts Festival is delighted to advise that the Daffodil Art Prize and exhibition will again occur following last year’s interruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic emergency.

The prizes for the best works of art containing Daffodils with entries now open for the Festival in September which will go ahead with COVID safeguards in place.

 

Original art works containing daffodils will attract a prize of $500 with an additional $200 for the Esther Rose Memorial Art Prize offered for the best watercolour in the competition.

 

Closing date for entry forms for Daffodil Art is 25 August and delivery of actual exhibits is not until September 1

 

Entries will be displayed at the Festival’s Art Exhibition at the Kyneton Mechanics Institute during the Festival from September 2 to 12.

Details
Exhibition Dates:
Fri 3-Sun 12 Sept, 10-4pm to Sept 11 and Sept 12 10-3pm
Entries Close:
25 Aug 2021
Entry Fee:
$10.00
Where:

Mechanics Institute,
81 Mollison Street, Kyneton


Past Art Prize Winners

2007
‘Narcissus’ – by Esther Rose – Inaugural Winner

2008
‘Muscari & Daffodils’ – by Margaret Castle

2009
‘Baby Blooms’ – by Glen White, pictured with baby daughter

2010
‘Perpetual Pride’ – by Esther Rose

2011
‘The three emu goes’ – by Kristina Browning

2012
’40 Bloomfield Terrace Kyneton’ – by Kristina Browning

2013
‘Spring Cacophony’ – by Sue Key

2014
‘Jammed in a Jar’ – by Catherine Tait

2015
‘’Fresh Daffs, ma’am’ – by Brett Lefebvre

2016
‘Spring Rain’ – by Pauline Woodhouse

2017
‘Waiting in the Wings’ – by Pauline Woodhouse

2018
‘First Encounter Kyneton Farmers Market’ – by Jenny Chester

2019
Blooming’ – by Ute Koskie

Esther Rose Memorial Prize for Watercolour

2015

‘Idle Chatter’ – by Kristina Browning

2016

‘Beaut Ute Kyneton Bound’ – by Kristina Browning

2017

‘Festive Galah’ – by Kristina Browning

2018

‘Daffodils and other Flowers’ – by Janet Smith

2019

‘Daffodils, Crabapple blossom and other flowers – by Janet Smith

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