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Art Direction - Some of the Best Art in the Internet. Painting inspired by artist's late brother wins $50k prize at top Indigenous art awards. Western Australian artist Ngarralja Tommy May has been crowned the overall winner at the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.
The Wangkajunga and Walmajarri man the received a $50,000 cash prize at the digital-only event - the first time it has not been held in-person since launching 37 years ago due to coronavirus restrictions. The winning artist was born in Yarrkurnja in the Great Sandy Desert and said he uses art as a way to educate, inspire and show his love for country. All 65 finalists have their work on display in Darwin.
Charlie Bliss/MAGNT "The painting was inspired by my late brother. "This work is 'Wirrkanja', it's the country where I lost my brother, it's jilji [sand dune] country and flat country. "There's a jila [living spring waterhole] there. Made from enamel paint and etchings on tin, the winning artwork shows the flow of the jila, or living water, that flows in that country after the rain falls. Kurtal is where the artist's brother was born. Voice of Regional Australia: Our obsession with the pursuit of happiness.
News, national, Voice of Real Australia is a regular newsletter from ACM, which has journalists in every state and territory.
Sign up here to get it by email, or here to forward it to a friend. What is happiness to you? It might seem like a frivolous thing to ask ourselves in the midst of a pandemic when there are more important things to be concerned about. But then again, maybe it's the perfect time to be checking-in with our values around what "happy" actually means to us? People constantly trying to catch it are too busy chasing it to appreciate it when it's there. What is happiness to you? But then again, maybe it's the perfect time to be checking-in with our values around what "happy" actually means to us? Aristotle, that philosopher from an era long since passed, identifies happiness as the main purpose of human life and as a goal to achieve in itself. "Are you successful? "But why do we have to weigh and measure ourselves? Like Leanne Reeves up in North West Queensland. 'A profound loss': Artist John Nixon dies.
"Over the course of more than half a century, he forged a practice marked by its independence, experimentation, passion, and humility," Mr Chambers said.
"John was represented in every major collection in the country, and several in Europe, but he never rested on his laurels. "As his last and current show in Melbourne attests, he was always exploring, brimming with ideas, and giving platforms to younger artists. He was a friend, supporter, and mentor to so many in Australia’s arts community. It is a profound loss. " Nixon studied at the Preston Institute of Technology in 1968, then the National Gallery School, and was first exhibited at the legendary Melbourne avant-garde gallery Pinacotheca in 1973. Later that decade Nixon established the gallery Art Projects in Melbourne with then-wife, Jenny Watson, one of a number of exhibition spaces and publishing ventures that he hoped would provide an outlet for the distribution and discussion of art ideas. Related Article.
'A profound loss': Artist John Nixon dies. Sydney Aquarium Is Running Bottomless Boozy Art Classes & We’re Primed For A Splish-Splash. If you’ve been feeling a bit parched over the last few months, dehydrated of both social interaction and getting on the wines with your mates, then the after-hours art activities at Sydney Aquarium might just be the right thing for you.
Fancy yourself a bit of a fan of the Splash Zone and an artisté to boot, you’ll wanna wrangle your mates in for the new bottomless booze paint & sip classes deep within the big blue of the aquarium. The new after-hours private classes from the Cork & Canvas and Sydney Aquarium collab will have you painting the creatures of the deep while you have a three-hour splishy splash sesh with wines, beers, and soft drinks.
Alongside the two hours of creating your underwater masterpiece at Turtle Island, you’ll also be treated to a bounty of snacks to nibble on while your creative juices swim freely from your brush to the canvas.