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Remagine 2022

Remagine Art PrizeArt Prize and Exhibition

Theme: ‘Planet Earth: The future is Circular’

Remagine Art Prize has a focus on sustainability and the environment. This year’s theme ‘Planet Earth: The future is Circular’, relates to the reduction of earth’s raw materials and to the reuse of these finite and precious natural resources. Artists were asked to submit artworks that related to an element of this theme. This year’s judges were artist Alan Jones and designer/illustrator/sculptor Paul Littrich.

Open to Digital Art – Stills, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing and Printmaking. There was $11,000 in total prize money. Prizes included: Winner $5,000, Runner Up x 2 $2,000, Local Artist Award $1,000, Youth Award $500 and People’s Choice Award $500.

Remagine Art Prize exhibition was held at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Hornsby, from 27 May to 12 June 2022.

Image: Nadine Schmoll, Five Vessels, 2022.

Prizes Artist Name, Artwork
WinnerNadine Schmoll, Five Vessels, Polyethelene water bottles, mirror, 2022
Nadine Schmoll, Five Vessels, Polyethelene water bottles, mirror, 2022
Runner upAlexandra Mills, Nine o’clock, salvaged birdcages, tie wire, 2022
Alexandra Mills, Nine o’clock, salvaged birdcages, tie wire, 2022
Runner up
Lisa McKimmie, Anthill, oil and gesso on linen, 2022
Highly CommendedNicole Fiedler, Heritage Vessels, paperbark, embroidery, cotton, 2022
Nicole Fiedler, Heritage Vessels, paperbark, embroidery, cotton, 2022
Highly CommendedChrystal Rimmer, Portrait of a bleeding heart, discarded plastic harvested from the landscape, 2022
Chrystal Rimmer, Portrait of a bleeding heart, discarded plastic harvested from the landscape, 2022
Local Artist AwardAnna Druganova, Leftovers, acrylic on paper, 2022
Anna Druganova, Leftovers, acrylic on paper, 2022
Youth AwardEmily Li, Rainbow oceans, wooden skateboard, acrylics plastic, cotton, gold leaf, 2022
Emily Li, Rainbow oceans, wooden skateboard, acrylics plastic, cotton, gold leaf, 2022
People’s Choice AwardKaren Coull, Of things past and lost – Odham’s journey #3 (the written word), recycled and reused papers and thread, 2022
Karen Coull, Of things past and lost – Odham’s journey #3 (the written word), recycled and reused papers and thread, 2022

2022 Finalists

Hornsby Art SocietyThank you to our partner Hornsby Art Society.