November 11, 2022

The 2022 Hunters Hill Art exhibition opened tonight (11 November 2022) at Hunters Hill Town Hall.

The exhibition is recognised as a leading show and prize in NSW and attracts a large number of entries.

This year more than 260 finalists were selected from over 570 entries.

Ania Zmijewska, was awarded the Tracey Dixon at McGrath Hunters Hill Art Prize, for the artwork “Reflections on Art (Dr Kasia)”.

Other award winners included:

  • Nora Heysen Award – Christine Choi for “Hazy Morning at Canowindra”
  • Smaller Works – Patrice Wills for “Sleeping Girl”
  • Watercolour Prize – Violetta Kurbanova for “Morning Light”
  • Sculpture Prize – Peter Stroud for “Aged Wood”
  • Regional Art Prize – Simone Piccioni for “La Caffettiera Verde”

Artworks are available to purchase.

The exhibition is open from 10am to 4pm, between 12 and 20 November at Town Hall.

Tickets available via: Eventbrite.

You can also vote for the Kids’ Choice Award, sponsored by MacMORGAN, and the People’s Choice Award, sponsored by Hunters Hill Medical Practice. These awards will be announced at the close of the exhibition.

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