Past Winners – 2016
Artentwine Sculpture Biennial


Winning 2016 Artentwine $10,000 West Tamar Council Acquisitive Sculpture Prize

‘ODD MAN OUT’
by PAUL BRUNYEE

” At first blending into the environment, almost unnoticed this work gradually became apparent and held our attention – for a long time. Three highly polished, mirror finished totems captivated our curiosity as we became witness to the landscape behind us, appearing afresh before our eyes. One totem is slightly twisted – the “Odd Man Out”.. . strangely ‘straightened’ our perspective of what we saw in the landscape – and brought us closer to what the artist intended us to see. A powerful, clear and masterfully executed sculpture.”  ( Judge’s comments )

Congratulations Paul Brunyee for ‘Odd Man Out’

Winning 2016 $3,000 Bell Bay Aluminium Non-acquisitive Outdoor Sculpture Prize

‘NATIVE #2 (41°10’31″S, 146°55’5″E)’
by SERENA ROSEVEAR

Winning 2016 $1,000 Bell Bay Aluminium Indoor Small Sculpture Prize

‘THE SPECTACLE AND THE SWARM’
by SAMANTHA DENNIS

Winning 2016 Artentwine $1,000 Rotary Club of West Tamar Tertiary Student Sculpture Prize

‘GAIA’S LIGHT’
by LISA DE BOER

Winning 2016 Artentwine
$500 Festivale Secondary Student Sculpture Prize

‘SELF-IDENTITY’
by KATHLEEN SHEEHAN

The 2016 People’s Choice Award was determined by votes cast by visitors to the Artentwine Vineyards during October 2016.

Members of the Public who voted in the People’s Choice Award were entered into a competition draw. The Prize : a Case of Wine from the Artentwine Vineyards – was won by MM of Leichardt, New South Wales.

WINNER OF THE
2016 Artentwine
$1,000 Bell Bay Aluminium
People’s Choice Award

‘SKIPPING GIRL’

by PIRJO JUHOLA

by ARTIST NAME

The Winning Prize was presented by Shelley Breen from Bell Bay Aluminium during the Long Lunch at Moores Hill Estate; on Saturday 5 November, 2016. CONGRATULATIONS to the winning artist, Pirjo Juhola; with her sculpture ‘Skipping Girl’.

Thank you to all those who voted.