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Thank You to all Sponsors

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Kilmore Art Expo wishes to express sincere thanks to all our Sponsors for supporting us in 2017. Without the support of sponsors and the goodwill of the businesses and the people of Kilmore and surrounding areas, we would not be able to produce an Art Show of such quality.

In turn, we ask that all of our site visitors, support our Sponsors wherever possible.

Our Gold Sponsor

               Kilmore Racing Club                

Web: kilmoreracingclub.com.au

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Our Major Sponsors

Seymour Toyota

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Web:  www.seymourtoyota.com.au

Web: www.kilmoretoyota.com.au

Twitter: @SeymourToyota

GMCU

Goulburn Murray Credit Union

Web: www.gmcu.com.au

Springridge

SpringRidge - Wallan - Victoria

Web:  www.springridge.com.au

Blue Cross

Blue Cross

Web:www.bluecross.com.au

Cellarbrations Superstore

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Web:  www.cellarbrations.com.au

Nestle Australia Ltd.

 

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Web: http://www.nestle.com.au

 

 

 

 


Our Supporters

The Elms Retirement Estate – Kilmore

The Elms Retirement Estate

webwww.elmsestate.com.au

silkies rose farm clonbinane

silkies rose farm clonbinane

 web: www.silkiegardens.com.au

Wellington Square Shopping Centre

Wellington Square Shopping Centre

web: www.wellingtonsquare.com.au

 

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Greg Smith – Best in Show

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Greg Smith receiving Best in Show from Sue Frisch, Kilmore Racing Club

Greg Smith receiving Best in Show Award Sponsored by Kilmore Racing Club, from presenter Sue Frisch.

 

 

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Best Local Photograph 2016

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David Corke : “Yesterday’s Tomorrow”

Nicole Milner presents David Corke with his award

Nicole Milner presents David Corke with his award

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Youngest Winner

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Braiden Cunningham

receiving his award for Best Junior Art 6-10 years

from Sponsor: Mustad Saddleworld, Kilmore – Gloria King

Braiden Cunningham 5 years old, receiving his award.

Braiden Cunningham 5 years old, receiving his award.

 

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People’s Choice 2016

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“Goulburn River ” by Jayne Henderson

Jayne Henderson Goulburn River

Jayne Henderson
Goulburn River

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Best in Show 2016

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Best in Show 2016 is an Oil by Greg Smith

“Still Life with Rembrandt Print”

Still Life with Rembrandt Print by Greg Smith

“Still Life with Rembrandt Print” by Greg Smith

 

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Come along & Join Us

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Last chance to visit Kilmore Art Expo. Sunday 10th April 10am to 4pm. The Exhibition  looks fabulous – so many good artists are exhibiting. Many paintings already sold.

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Lynne Stone Botanical Artist

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Lynne Stone will be demonstrating her unique style of botanical art on Sunday 10th April from 12.30pm to 2.30pm.

Lynne is a botanical artist who will be demonstrating her techniques at the Kilmore Art Expo.  She completed a 2 year Certificate of Art & Design (Embroidery) course at Box Hill TAFE in the 1990s and then spent 10 years travelling Australia exploring the fascinating diversity of the countryside and collecting original pieces of flora.

Lyn Stone Eucalyptus tetradonta

Eucalyptus teradonta

Lynne now uses these to convey her delight in Australia’s native plants by creating realistic models using machine embroidery.   The three-dimensional pieces are made from fine wire and organza, heavily machine stitched with white rayon and/or polyester threads. These are then painted with dye and restitched with hand-dyed threads to add veins and special features. The detail of the piece is important – its myriad colours, the emerging flowers and leaves, and marks of insect damage etc. Each new specimen demands new techniques, and each new technique presents new problems and new solutions.

http://www.bloomingthreads.info/

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Another great success in 2017!