All win­ners at Waikino art ex­hi­bi­tion

Hauraki Herald - - EDUCATION & TRAINING -

Waihi artist Terry Tin­ling was named Supreme Win­ner, and took the best paint­ing award, with Po­etry in Life at the 2017 ARTwaikino an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion held over Labour Week­end.

Sec­ond place went to Coro­man­del artist, Bar­bara Von Seida with Full Bloom and David Blair with Kauaeranga Val­ley was placed third.

He­len Frost won the craft sec­tion with her clay king­fisher feather, sec­ond was Gaye Mitchell with Gothic Rose, a stun­ning steam­punk sculp­ture and Waihi pot­ter, An­drew Kil­lick, was placed third with Moon Pot.

The sculp­ture cat­e­gory was won by Mathew Sayer with Fire and Ice.

Sec­ond place went to Waikino lo­cal, Rod Hawkins, with his sculp­ture Tree with Vir­ginia An­gus placed third with Fly­ing Heron.

Photography judge An­nette John­ston from Tau­ranga chose Karen McLeod’s The Pipe Con­nois­seur as the win­ner in the peo­ple cat­e­gory with sec­ond place go­ing to Kathy Bland with Ax­e­man at Paeroa High­land Games and third place was Thomas Fuenger­lings with Cou­ple in Stock­holm.

In the other photography cat­e­gory first prize went to Ian Pur­den with his photo ti­tled Dis­tant Shores.

Sec­ond place went to Kris Pur­den with Sparkling Py­lons, and third place was Ian Pur­den with Don’t Leave Me Tonight..

The pub­lic’s choice of most pop­u­lar item went to Deb Shep­herd from Paeroa for The Thin White Duke.

He­len Frost from Waihi won the craft sec­tion with her clay king­fisher feather.

Supreme win­ner Terry Tin­ling with his paint­ing Po­etry in Life.

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