Coodanup artist takes coveted prize
This year marked 50 years of the Harvey Art Prize which attracted 90 artists from across the region with 190 artworks entered.
The coveted 2019 Harvey Art Prize went to Coodanup artist Jos Coufreur and there were prize-winners in a range of other categories.
The official launch of the exhibition featured 125 guests eager to see artwork with this year’s theme of Earth, Wind and Fire.
Rotary Club of Harvey president Jim Turner, Alcoa community relations manager Tom Busher, Harvey Art Society secretary Fay Fisher, Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre manager David Marshall and society administrator Maree Ellis with the prize-winning work Boab Trees by Jos Confreur.
Harvey Art Society president Tania Jackson, Gillian Hill, Graham Hill and Yvonne Longville at the exhibition.
Mark Cumbers and Pippa Nielson from Vineyard28 with Simon Holthouse from Moojelup Wines.
Harvey Water business development manager Robyn Fenech and novice winner Debbie Payne.
Harvey Art Society president Tania Jackson and People’s Choice award winner Angela Doust.
Harvey Art Society president and 2019 Harvey Art Prize winner Jos Coufreur with his winning work Boab Trees.
Youth artist Tia Boylan with her mother Harvey shire councillor Michelle Boylan and grandmother Brenda Bowie.
Earth, Wind and Fire theme award winner Christine Blowfield and Rotary Club of Harvey president Jim Turner.
Mixed media works winner Yvonne Chapman and Andrew Davidson from Cristal Mining.
3D works winner Daniel Dagostino and Harvey Art Society president Tania Jackson.
Harvey shire councillor Anita Shortland and Brett Shortland admire works at the Harvey Art Prize exhibition.
Harvey Art Society president Tania Jackson and youth award winner Georgia Dowd.