Posted on Apr 28, 2019
What can I say but, yet another successful Annual Easter Art Show run by your local Rotary Club of Drysdale. Many hands make light work and never a truer word is spoken when the club comes together to put on the Annual Easter Art Show. The 43rd year was no different with volunteers appearing to work tirelessly giving up time with family and friends without a complaint.
There is a lot of work for this club to pull it all together but the fun we have doing it is all worth it. Especially when you can raise in the vicinity of $17,000 to give away.
The Art Show was launched on Friday evening with winners from all categories announced
The crowds beginning to arrive viewing the 450+ works presented for display
When 112 artists enter around 425 pieces of art work ranging from landscapes to contemporary and everything in between from far and wide and they are displayed in the excellent Christian College Sports Stadium Drysdale to showcase the many mediums and talents to a much wider audience.
This year was no exception. A team of willing workers set up boards, hung paintings, sold raffle tickets for the Barwon Health Rotary Volunteer Patient Transport Program, dismantled the boards and over a four-day period, have agreed to do it all again next year.
Best in Show
Gregory R Smith
A Studio Existence
Runner up
Nell Frysteen
Seven Cups
Best Local Content
Anthony Tomkinson
Swan Bay
Best Traditional Work
Walter Magilton
Dry Creek Bed – Flinders Ranges
Best Contemporary or Modern Work
A.J. Brown
3D Simple Lode
Printmaking Award
Anne Pinkas
Tea Tree at Point Lonsdale
Best Portraiture
Gregory R Smith
Portrait of Xavier
Best Landscape
Geoff Paynter
By the Lake
Peoples Choice
Glenn Hoyle
A Bag of Fruit
Highly Commended
Glenn Hoyle
Jamieson Sunset
Highly Commended
Caroline Bird
Junk Mail
Highly Commended
Anne Finkelde
Are you new to area? Want to meet new people? Want to help others? We are always looking for people to join us to increase what we can do locally and internationally we are only limited by the people power we have, more members, more hands to impact the world!!
Who, what, when, where, and why? You, meeting together to “be the Inspiration”, Monday Nights 6pm for 6.30pm start, Clifton Springs Golf Club. To meet other like-minded people who wants to help others. Call Caroline Rickard 0408 989 221 to indicate when you will join us.