Visual Arts in the Valley 2020 Prize Winners


Visual Arts in the Valley 2020 has closed for another year.  4 days – 5 venues – 8 events.  I hope you were able to join us in Kangaroo Valley.  But if not, or if you’d like to view some of the works again, the Online Gallery is open for viewing and for sales through the end of October.  Four of the major prize winners have sold, but two other prize winners are still available, along with other works by established and emerging artists from throughout the country.  Please go to artsinthevalley.net.au/gallery to view all works and to purchase if you are interested.

2020 Kangaroo Valley Art Prize Winner

Tony Ameneiro, Nattai River Landscape (drypoint print with chine collé) [SOLD]

Bowral, NSW

Kangaroo Valley Highly Commended Amala Groom - The Visibility of Blackness [Video] Bathurst, NSW



Kangaroo Valley Commended Catherine O'Donnell. Torn #2 (charcoal on paper)

Glenbrook, NSW

2020 Tony White Memorial Art Prize Winner Jessica Long - While Away My Home Lost Colour and Sound [Video] Marrickville, NSW

2020 Tony White Memorial Art Commended Orson Heidrich Winch – 2019 (uv pigment print on copper plate)

Alexandria, NSW

2020 Salon of Local Artists Prize Winner Patrick Cummins. Burnt Landscape - Jacks Corner Road (photograph on archival paper) [SOLD]

Kangaroo Valley, NSW

2020 Salon of Local Artists Commended A-F Fulgence Untitled #10 (oil on primed paper) [SOLD]

Kangaroo Valley, NSW



2020 Visual Arts in the Valley Packing Room Prize Pamela Pauline - Once Were Wildflowers (photo collage on solve glaze satin rag paper)

Mona Vale, NSW


2020 Visual Arts in the Valley People’s Choice Prize

Bronte Cormican-Jones, Carbon Copy (video)

St Ives, NSW






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