About the 2019 Art Awards

2019 Art Awards

Exploring the theme: Space

The 2019 City of Rockingham Art Awards attracted over 195 artwork entries across seven categories: Youth, Local, 3D, Emerging, Heritage, Indigenous and Open. Eighty nine of those entries were exhibited at the Gary Holland Community Centre and Rockingham Arts Centre from Sunday 5 May–Sunday 19 May 2019.

Award winners

Winners of each category were announced on Saturday 4 May 2019, with over $20,000 worth of acquisitive and non-acquisitive prizes awarded. Congratulations to the winners and all artists involved. Images of the artworks are available in the gallery below.

Robert Carter Youth Award Winner

  • Jacinta Posik - Big Nanna

Local Resident Award Winner

  • Nicole Steenhof - Wonder / Deduct

3D Award Winner

  • Adam Logie - Personal Space

Emerging Award Winner

  • Lorraine Defleur - Structural Space

Heritage Award Winner

  • Andy Quilty - Reserve #9 (track to Lake Walyungup)

Indigenous Award Winner

  • Joshua Muir - Ocean Explorer

Open Award Winner

  • Matthew Wright - Ply

Winners' gallery

  • Five of the 2019 Winners (Left to Right) Nicole Steenhof, Jacinta Posik, Adam Logie, Lorraine Defleur and Matthew Wright.
  • Adam Logie, winner of the 3D Category, on stage with judge Jo Darbyshire.
  • Adam Logie's artwork 'Personal Space', 3D Category winner.
  • Andy Quilty's artwork 'Reserve #9 (track to Lake Walyungup)', Heritage Category winner.
  • Jacinta Posik, winner of the Robert Carter Youth Category, posing with her artwork 'Big Nanna'.
  • Joshua Muir's artwork 'Ocean Explorer', Indigenous Category winner.
  • Lorraine Defleur, winner of the Emerging Category, posing with her artwork 'Structural Space'.
  • Nicole Steenhof's artwork, 'Wonder / Deduct', Local Resident Category winner.
  • Matthew Wright, winner of the Open Category, posing with his artwork 'Ply'.
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