Remagine 2019

Art Prize and Exhibition

Theme: 'Addicted to Consumerism'

Remagine Art Prize has a focus on sustainability, waste and the environment. This year’s theme ‘Addicted to Consumerism’, relates to our excessive shopping habits and the way this impacts our environment.  Artists were asked to submit artworks that related to an element of this theme.

Open to Digital Stills, Mixed Media 2D and Mixed Media 3D. This year’s judges were Glenn Jeffries, Chris Beard, Joanna Joyce and Blessing Uwagboe.

Remagine Art Prize exhibition was held at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Hornsby, from 29 May - 16 June 2019.


Rick Bull, Winner Digital Art – Stills

Taste the Consumer

Rick Bull, Taste the Consumer, Digital Art - Still, 2019
Joint runner-ups: Rob Davies, Goddess Nike and the Golden Apple, Digital Still, 2019
Emma O’Connell, Less is More, Digital Still, 2019

Daniel Burkhardt, Winner Mixed Media 2D

No Shopping No Spending

Daniel Burkhardt, No Shopping - No Spending, Mixed Media, 2019
Runner up: Vynka Hallam, Mr Campbell, Mixed Media, 2019

Daniel Boesen Nolan, Winner Mixed Media 3D

Wise Old Owl

Daniel Boesen Nolan, Wise Old Owl, Mixed Media, 2019
Runner up: Daniel Burkhardt, Buy – Sell, Mixed Media, 2019
Honourable Mention: Janetta Robards, The Rabbit-Proof Fence, Mixed Media, 2019

Cleanaway Resource Recovery Prize

Joint winners: Stephanie Powell, Memory Fish, Mixed Media, 2019
Jessica and Jim Harwood, Retired, reclaimed and recycled, Mixed Media, 2019

People’s Choice Award

Winner: Beverly Beck, Maple Leaf

Remagine 2019 Finalists

Remagine Art Prize 2019 Award Ceremony

Join in the excitement of the award ceremony with Hornsby Shire Deputy Mayor Vince del Gallego, and President of the Hornsby Art Society and Hornsby Shire Councillor Janelle McIntosh. Remagine is an annual art prize and exhibition promoting sustainability through waste and recycling messaging - reduce, reuse, recycle.

Thank you to our partner Hornsby Art Society and our major sponsor Cleanaway, Hornsby Shire Council's waste and recycling contractor.

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