The winner of the $20,000 prize has been announced
November 19th, 2007
The coveted Australian art accolade, the Paddington Art Prize, has been awarded to artist Nicholas Blowers for his artwork ’Bush Interior with Yellow Wattle Flowers’ (pictured above).
The $20,000 prize for a "painting inspired by the Australian Landscape" was presented to the gifted artist in November at an evening ceremony in Sydney.
Blowers, who holds honours in Fine Arts from the Southampton Institute, UK, was also awarded the Kings School Arts Prize this year.
The Paddington Art Prize was established in 2004 by Marlene Antico, director of Marlene Antico Fine Arts, and all of the 2007 finalists will be exhibited until 25 November 2007 at The Mary Place Gallery in Paddington.
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