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Major Prize – Most Outstanding Work $10,000

Valerie Sparks
Momento Spiritum
digital print made from CT scans of plants
37x104cm

Brother McCarthy Award – Best Work on Paper $3,500

Paul White
Sunset to Stardust
pencil on paper
115x90cm

Highly Commended

Penelope Aitken
plant ink on board
40x40cm

2021 Artists

Penelope Aitken
Tim Allen
Jackie Anderson
Kim Anderson
Robin Astley
TJ Baeson
Maria Barbaro
Angeline Bartholomeusz
Carol Batchelor
Sarah Bell
Kate Bender
Giordano Biondi
Kate Birrell
Joe Blundell
Anne Brennan
Philomena Carroll
Isobel Clement
Warren Cooke
Alicia Cornwell|
Prudence De Marchi
Marieke Dench
Nanou Dupuis
Michelle Fogarty
Belinda Fox
David Frazer

Casey Freeman
Kate Gorringe-Smith
Stella Greig
Kirrily Hammond
Robbie Harmsworth
Marion Harper
Garth Henderson
Mark Hislop
Kate Hopkinson-Pointer
Kate Hudson
Suzanne Hutton
Skye Jefferys
Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
Christopher Jewitt
Claude Jones
Gina Kalabishis
Ash Keating
Marketa Kemp
Ralf Kempken
Amy Kim
Martin King
Robert Knight
Susan Knight
Elena Kolotusha
Brigita Lastauskaite

Greta Laundy
Sarah Longwood
Craig Mackie
Cate Maddy
Michael Mark
Carolyn Marrone
Penny Mason
Terry Matassoni
Rick Matear
Kirsty McIntyre
Roz McQuillan
Sarah Metzner
Sam Michelle
Mario Mirabile
Claire Mooney
Joanne Morris
Jackie Moss
Simon O’Carrigan
Becc Ország
Matthew Petrucci
Stephen Pleban
Shirley Ploog
David Porteus
Susan Purdy
Jane Reynolds

Trudy Rice
Geoff Sargeant
Gwen Scott
Kate Sellars-Jones
Simône Serle
Lisa Sewards
Sally Simpson
Dianna Snape
Paul Snell
Valerie Sparks
Ruth Stanton
Jacquelyn Stephens
Jacqui Stockdale
Sophia Sylagyi
Philippa Taylor
Martin Tighe
Guy Trinquet
Wayne Viney
Susan Wald
Caroline Walls
Paul White
Moona Williamson
Cathy Yarwood – Mahy

Major Sponsor

Belle Property Glen Iris

Art Show Partners

Glendalough Mothers’ Association
St Kevin’s Fathers’ Association

2021 Guest Judge – Catherine Asquith

The guest judge for the 2021 St Kevin’s Art Show is former Melbourne gallerist now art advisor, Catherine Asquith. Catherine is an arts professional with an academic background in Art History, extensive international travel and residency and more than 20 years’ experience working within the Australian, Asian and International art markets. Catherine’s art expertise comprises Australian modernist, contemporary and indigenous art, S.E. Asian contemporary art, and international modern, post-war and contemporary art.

Catherine currently manages several corporate collections and advises on the development of a number of private collections. She is frequently engaged in advisory and consulting roles on curatorial projects across various sectors including commercial and residential property developments nationally, in addition to museum and cultural infrastructure projects, internationally.

Catherine Asquith is a member of the Art Consulting Association of Australia, an AVAA Certified Practising Valuer (Auctioneers and Valuers Association of Australia), a member of the City of Melbourne’s external assessment panel (visual arts) and a member of international arts professional platform, Art Mavens, and provides advisory and appraisal services to the global art consultancy, Velvenoir.

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