Joseph Zbukvic is the 2012 Inglis Equine Art Prize winner   Leave a comment

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Art of the noble Thoroughbred………..

 THE 2012 INGLIS EQUINE ART PRIZE THEME IS ‘AT THE TRACK’.

Judges:-

  • Artist Ms Nafisa Naomi – winner Gold Medal 2007 Florence Biennale
  • Equine artist Mr Alister Simpson
  • Inglis Deputy Chairman Mr Arthur Inglis

Joseph Zbukvic is the 2012 Inglis Equine Art Prize winner receiving $15,000.

Judges comments:-

“Joseph has captured the romance of the track in choosing the time of training with the early light casting soft shadows and half light upon his subjects.
In this masterful use of watercolour , he has succeeded in looking beyond the immediacy of the action and has accessed the other senses so that the viewer can almost feel the dusty track and smell the early morning dew.
In this work, Joseph appeals to the art lover as much as the trainer and the owner. The work is outstanding in its execution and subtle use of tones to create what is often so elusive to the artist…..that of ‘feeling’.”
Joseph Zbukvic – ‘Early Trackwork-Kyneton’ Winner 2012 Inglis Equine Art Prize – SOLD

Tony Pridham is the 2012 Iinglis Equine Art Prize Runner Up.

Judges comments:-

“This is a beautiful portrait of the subject and by eliminating any full human face from the composition, allows the focus to rest squarely on the horse. The expression of the subject is wonderful and the masterful use of primary colours is intoxicating, drawing the eyes of the viewer around the work repeatedly. The text accompanying the work is as a tribute to a great hero and so reinforces the sentiment about this being a portrait and homage to a spirit now gone.
The light upon the subject captures the excitement of the moment as much as the expression on the subject after the win. This work celebrates the individual and the sport of racing. Thus, this is a beautiful legacy to the uniqueness of the beloved champion in its moment of glory.”

Tony Pridham – ‘Nothing More to Give-Master Tiangar’2012 Inglis Equine Art Prize Runner Up

 

CLICK HERE FOR 2012 INGLIS EQUINE ART PRIZE CATALOGUE

 

THE 2012 INGLIS EQUINE ART PRIZE FINALISTS

Alex Lavroff – Potts Point, NSW, Australia – ‘Atlantic Jewel wins the Wakeful’ - oil on canvas – 92 x 122cm - $12,000 Barbara Lewis – Cambridge, New Zealand – ‘Down to It’ – 33 x 55cm – oil on board - $1,995  SOLD Barry McCann – Armidale, NSW, Australia – ‘To The Barriers’ – 91 x 122cm – oil on canvas - $9,700 Barry Smith – Little Hartley, NSW, Australia – ‘A Driving Finish’ – 62 x 71cm – acrylic on canvas - $2,500 Barry Smith – Little Hartley, NSW, Australia – ‘No Quarter Given’ – 55 x 70cm -  acrylic on canvas - $2,500
Bernice Dey – Wesburn, Victoria, Australia – ‘Down the Straight at Ascot’  - 90 x 120cm – pastel on paper - $4,500 Brian Clinton – Wheelers Hill, Victoria, Australia – ‘The Winning Streak’ - 99 x 122cm – oil on canvas - $22,000 Craig Taylor – Arncliffe, NSW, Australia – ‘Americain about to claim the Zipping Classic’ – 70 x 100cm – oil on canvas - $6,500 Dave Manning – Campbelltown, NSW, Australia – ‘Ad Infinitum ready for Trackwork’ – 101 x 76cm – oil on canvas - $2,000 Di King – Healesville, Victoria, Australia – ‘And the Winner Is’ – 120 x 94cm – oil on canvas - $5,500
Jason Roberts – Coburg, Victoria, Australia – ‘French Connections’ - 80 x 60cm – watercolour on paper - $5,800 Jason Roberts – Coburg, Victoria, Australia – ‘Mounting Up’ – 39 x 60cm – watercolour on paper - $7,000 Jeannie Littlewood – Dripstone, NSW, Australia – ‘Black Caviar - Supremacy’ - 97 x 122cm - oil on canvas - $6,500 Jeannie Littlewood – Dripstone, NSW, Australia – ‘Woolamai Winner’ – 112 x 102cm – oil on canvas - $6,500 Joseph Zbukvic – Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia – ‘Early Trackwork – Kyneton’ – 52 x 72cm – watercolour on paper - $4,800  SOLD
Kasey Sealy – Berowra Heights, NSW, Australia – ‘Fractious at the Barrier’ – 61 x 91cm – oil on canvas - $6,500 Katey Baddeley – Canberra, ACT, Australia – ‘Write a New Chapter’ – 75 x 100cm – graphite on paper - $3,500  SOLD Kathie Sumpter – Mangatawhiri, Franklin, New Zealand – ‘Pride’ -  61 x 76cm – oil on board -  $4,500 Kathy Christian – Pearsondale, Victoria, Australia – ‘Vain – The Golden Slipper’ – 52 x 76cm – gouache on paper - $3,500 Kristin Hardiman – Thornleigh, NSW, Australia – ‘Out of the Gates’ – 45 x 92cm – oil on canvas - $3,000
Kristin Hardiman – Thornleigh, NSW, Australia – ‘Streama – Out of the Barriers’ – 47 x 97cm – graphite on paper - $2,800 Lyn Beaumont – Main Ridge, Victoria, Australia – ‘Black Caviar at Trackwork’ – 125 x 94cm – oil on canvas - $12,500 Lyn Beaumont - Main Ridge, Victoria, Australia – ‘Final Adjustments – Magic of Sydney’ – 110 x 120cm – oil on canvas - $8,500 Lyn Beaumont – Main Ridge, Victoria, Australia – ‘So You Think’ – 84 x 100cm – oil on canvas - $8,500  SOLD Paul Renwick Farley – St Clair, NSW, Australia – ‘Black Caviar – Victorious 21st’ – 50 x 76cm – oil and acrylic on canvas - $18,000
Peter Smeeth – Tumbi Umbi, NSW, Australia – ‘Simply the Best’ – 90 x 120cm – oil on canvas - $15,000 Robert Cook – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – ‘Black Caviar’ – 35 x 27cm – graphite on paper - $4,800 Robert Cook – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – ‘Phar Lap’ – 25 x 37cm – graphite on paper - $3,800 Ros Goody – Kurmond, NSW, Australia – ‘The Final Bend’ - 47 x 66cm – watercolour on paper - $8,200 Sheona Hamilton-Grant – Wachtberg, Germany – ‘Shooting Star’ – 26 x 44cm – graphite on paper - $2,950
Sheona Hamilton-Grant - Wachtberg, Germany – ‘Up and Running’ – 49 x 53cm – graphite on paper - $3,350 Tara Brown – Mountain Lagoon, NSW, Australia – ‘Under the Floodlights’ – 75 x 100cm – mixed media on canvas - $4,500 Tony Pridham – Mansfield, Victoria, Australia – ‘Nothing More to Give – Master Tiangar’ – 85 x 50cm – oil on canvas - $8,500 Valerie Hinz – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – ‘Saratoga Steeplechase’ – 75 x 90cm – oil on board - $6,750
  • Alex Lavroff  –  Potts Point, NSW, Australia
  • Barbara Lewis  –  Cambridge, New Zealand
  • Barry McCann  –  Armidale, NSW, Australia
  • Barry Smith  –  Little Hartley, NSW, Australia
  • Bernice Dey  –  Wesburn, Victoria, Australia
  • Brian Clinton  –  Wheelers Hill, Victoria, Australia
  • Craig Taylor  –  Arncliffe, NSW, Australia
  • Dave Manning  –  Campbelltown, NSW, Australia
  • Di King  –  Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Jason Roberts  –  Coburg, Victoria, Australia
  • Jeannie Littlewood  –  Dripstone, NSW, Australia
  • Joseph Zbukvic  –  Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia
  • Kasey Sealy  –  Berowra Heights, NSW, Australia
  • Katey Baddeley  –  Canberra, ACT, Australia
  • Kathie Sumpter  –  Mangatawhiri, Franklin, New Zealand
  • Kathy Christian  –  Pearsondale, Victoria, Australia
  • Kristin Hardiman  –  Thornleigh, NSW, Australia
  • Lyn Beaumont  –  Main Ridge, Victoria, Australia
  • Paul Renwick Farley  –  St Clair, NSW, Australia
  • Peter Smeeth  –  Tumbi Umbi, NSW, Australia
  • Robert Cook  –  Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Ros Goody  –  Kurmond, NSW, Australia
  • Sheona Hamilton-Grant  –  Wachtberg, Germany
  • Tara Brown  –  Mountain Lagoon, NSW, Australia
  • Tony Pridham  –  Mansfield, Victoria, Australia
  • Valerie Hinz  –  Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Posted August 10, 2012 by belesprit09 in Uncategorized

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