Congratulations to our star photographic artist Prue Platt Hepworth who is a finalist in both the Manning Art Prize and the Gosford Art Prize. The Gosford Art Prize is on exhibition from 23 October to 26 November. See the Nebuli Arts Facebook page for Prue’s beautiful images.
Prue Platt-Hepworth has received a “Commended” in the Open Competition, Portraits section of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards. The image is to be featured in the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2017 Competition Gallery.
Maureen Rogers has been awarded an APS Gold Plaque in the 2016 SYDNEY HARBOUR INTERNATIONAL photographic exhibition with her image “Egg and Shadows.” Congratulations Maureen!
Gosford Art Prize 2016 saw three successful finalists from the Nebuli Arts group.
Rosemary Atkinson with her beautiful pensive portrait entitled “Contemplation”. Rosemary has been adding some very engaging portraits to her portfolio. Keep an eye out for more in 2017.
John Chapman with an image entitled “Imagine”. John’s work is also featured in the December edition of Silvershotz a prestigious on line photographic magazine. www.silvershotz.com.
Prue Platt-Hepworth had not one but two images selected, “Enigma” and “……….meow”, a stunning image from her series featuring a masked model. “……….meow” also received a an Honourable Mention in the Conceptual section of the International Monochrome Awards 2016.
Congratulations to all.
Congratulations also to John Bardell on achieving a “Highly Commended” in the 2016 Australian Photography’s Photographer Of The Year competition, Landscape Division, with a portfolio of 4 urban landscape images.
Congratulations to Michael Haylen and Prue Platt-Hepworth whose images have been selected for publication in Silvershotz.
Silvershotz is a contemporary photography portfolio magazine showcasing the best photographic images from around the world. Curatorial selection is made by experienced editors to ensure international standards are achieved. Silvershotz has quickly become the world’s market leader in making the transition from a printed magazine to an online, interactive, dynamic magazine experience for those passionate about photography.
Michael and Prue’s current portfolio is reviewed and reproduced in:
2016 SILVERSHOTZ – Special Edition – Australian Contemporary Photographers Portfolios – – Vol 11 Ed 1 Oct 2016.
Portfolios: Michael Haylen – Lightsculpt and Prue Platt-Hepworth – Embryo & Emotional Journey
Congratulations to Rosemary Atkinson, John Chapman and Prue Platt-Hepworth
All three of whom are finalists in the Gosford Art Prize 2016.
Congratulations to both Jan Glover and Prue Platt-Hepworth:
Jan Glover – Jindbyne Easter Art Show, won best in the “Spirit of the Snowies” section
Prue Platt-Hepworth – an honourable mentions for each of the images “Vinnies” and “Flying Fish” in the Same But Different category of the call for entries by the New York Centre For Photographic Art.
Ryde International Women’s Day Art Prize 2015
Congratulations to Rosemary Atkinson and Pru Platt-Hepworth who have been selected as finalists in the Ryde International Women’s Day Art Prize 2015.
Nebuli Arts Members are Winners
Congratulations to Nebuli Arts member Prue Platt-Hepworth for her winning image in the New York Centre for Photographic Art, “Wandering Curves 2015” competition and to Jan Glover who gained second place in the creative section of the Better Photography Magazine Photograph of the Year.
Prue’s image “Crooked Man” won second prize in the Open International Section and can be viewed here.
Other winning entries can be viewed in the Centre’s gallery.
Jan’s, and other prize winning images can be found here.
Congratulations to Carolyn Pettigrew and Prue Platt-Hepworth who are finalists in the Gosford Art Prize 2015.
Here and There; Now and Then
What do portraits reveal to us about the lives of their subjects? Portraits capture physical anomalies, idiosyncratic gestures and unguarded moments with a shameless clarity. Through portraiture we can gain an insight into identity, history, culture, creativity and diversity. The Here and There, Now and Then exhibition contains portraits depicted in a variety of media; paintings, prints, drawings and photographs.
Congratulations to Prue Platt-Hepworth on the inclusion of her works in this exciting and prestigious group exhibition. See her work and that of the other artists at:
Venue: Lady Denman Museum, Woollamia Road, Huskisson, NSW
Hours: Monday 31st March – Sunday, 11th May 2014
10am – 4pm Daily
2014 International Women’s Day Art Prize and Exhibition
Congratulations to Nebuli artists Rosemary Atkinson, Carolyn Pettigrew and Prue Platt-Hepworth who have been selected as finalists in the 2014 International Women’s Day Art Prize and Exhibition. See their work at:
Venue: See Street Gallery, See Street, Meadowbank.
Hours: Thursday 6 March. Opening event from 6pm
Friday 7 March – Saturday 22 March (Tues- Sat 11am-4pm)
Congratulations to Nebuli artist John Bardell
Congratulations to John Bardell who is a finalist in the Hornsby Art Prize 2013 with “Decaying Form #8.”
Traditional photographic techniques produce a wonderful recognisable quality to the finished prints. But Nebuli artist John Bardell has employed both traditional and modern experimental print techniques to produce his work.
John has used his digital imagery to produce photopolymer plates (solar plates) which are then inked and put through a traditional printing press. However, not content to print on traditional print-making paper John has developed a “rusted” paper for his images.
The combination of modern and traditional techniques has produced a set of beautiful unique state prints of which “Decaying Form #8” well and truly worthy of his inclusion amongst Hornsby Art Prize finalists.
Venue: Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, 25 Edgeworth David Ave, Hornsby.
Hours: Saturday 9 November 10am-9pm. Opening event from 6pm
Sunday 10 November to Friday 15 November 10am–7pm
Saturday 16 – Sunday 17 November 10am–4pm
Congratulations to Michael Haylen
During the last 5 years Silvershotz magazine has promoted more than 120 contemporary photographers around the world in an ever increasing competitive market place through its annual portfolio. The primary goal of the folio has been to provide a marketing tool for emerging and newly established photographic artists who wanted to promote their work to the international community. It is increasingly difficult in a crowded world to get that first foot in the door. The Silvershotz folio
provides photographic artists legitimacy and introductions to galleries and institutions around the world to further their careers. The rigorous selection process by the jury panel recognized that each folio had reached an exceptional international standard.
Michael Haylen, a founding member of Nebuli Arts, has had his “Energy of Form – Light on Water” portfolio included in the 2012 Silvershotz collection. To see Michael’s work in Silvershotz portfolio and that of the other selected artists click here.