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Award Winners Summary 2015

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Best in Show: Robert Knight, Oil painting ”Highlight Hanging Rock”

Best Australian Native Wildlife: Bernie Ayreart ”After Rain”

Best Oil: Richard Chamerski, ”Morning Great Ocean Road”

Best Watercolour; Wendy Webster ”Dazzled by Emus”

Best Pastel: Helen Miles ”Phillip Island Foreshore”

Best Acrylic: Michael Wilkin ”Arabian Grey”

Best Any Other Medium: Pete Marshall “Mum and Me”

Best Local Kilmore Area Content: Jayne Henderson ”Wandong”

Highly Commended:

Helen Cottle ”Still Life with Daisies”, Tamica Christie ”Kitty”, Jan Long ”Waratah Blooms”

Peoples Choice Award: Jan Long ”Working Horses”



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International School Musicians 2015

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Guitar Practice

Senior Music Practice at Kilmore International School

Teachers and Students from the Kilmore International School will sing and play for us at the Art Expo on both Saturday and Sunday. Bill Howard is the Head of Arts, Cello Teacher and a Professional Musician. Adam Przewlocki teaches the singers and guitarists. Some of the students participating will be, Angus Franks, Jonathon Pickup, Madeleine Lezon, Jeremy Howard, and they may be joined by Erik Franks, Lauren Pham and Madison Nuske. There will be a variety of music, guitar, cello, possibly piano, and singing.

We are looking forward to this additional feature and hope you will come along and enjoy it with us.

Students are also helping us with food service on Opening Night and with staffing the Cafe during the Expo. We are very fortunate to have their assistance.

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Artists’ Open Studios

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In November 2014 four Kilmore artists, Margaret Morgan-Watkins, Maureen Runge, Marina Villani and Helen Miles, and three Seymour artists, Lynda Robinson, Wid Bradley and Wendy Webster, opened their studios to the public for an entire weekend.

Visitors came from all over Victoria to view the original and diverse range of framed artwork, glass art and unframed paintings by the artists, along with prints and greeting cards reproduced from their paintings.

This inaugural event was a resounding success for all concerned and there are plans to make this an annual highlight on the art calendar.

We are already planning for November 2015 and will confirm dates, times and happenings as soon as possible – stay tuned!

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Another great success in 2017!