New York-based Ngatea artist in national competiton with 'toilet and sink' illustration | Stuff.co.nz
Gabriella Challis said the Parkin Drawing Prize invited artists to submit works that pushed the boundaries.
The following artists’ works have been selected as finalists for this year’s Parkin Drawing Prize. Congratulations.
The selection panel would like to pass on their best wishes and thanks for your submissions, wishing you well with your work and interest in the Parkin Drawing Prize now and for the future. On behalf of the Parkin Drawing Prize organisation and the NZ Academy of Fine Arts keep on drawing … we hope to see you submit to the Parkin Drawing Prize 2020.
Finalists announced for 2019 Parkin Drawing Prize A toilet and sink, no.8 wire, an oak table and recycled nylons are just some of the interesting works shortlisted in the 2019 Parkin Drawing Prize. The competition attracted an impressive 472 entries, of which 78 have been selected for the short-list. Keep Reading
Entries for the 2019 Parkin Drawing Prize are now invited. Artists are now encouraged to prepare for this year’s prestigious competition, which attracts a major cash prize of $20,000 and national recognition. Keep Reading
Musings on the Parkin Drawing Prize and what drawing can be, from established New Zealand still life artist Jonette Murray. Keep Reading
Jacqui refers to her work is a response to place, a visceral reaction to events and activities around me. Nature, the human condition, music, industrialisation and digitisation are all central themes and an entrance to my work. Long Echo is a meditation on altered nature where social and ecological systems clash. I’ve loosely referenced... Keep Reading
Jacqui Colley from Lower Hutt, has been announced the winner of the 2018 Parkin Drawing Prize sponsored by Chris Parkin, arts patron and philanthropist. Jacqui’s work Long Echo measuring 2.4 metres by 1.2 metres is a drawing etched on aluminium using acid and a combination of black oil pigment, was chosen as the winner from an impressive 463... Keep Reading
The judging panel consisting of recognised art practitioners, collectors, and academics have been selected for 2018 Parkin Drawing Prize national competition.The prestigious award attracting a major prize of $20,000 was launched six years ago by Chris Parkin, arts patron, philanthropist and former owner of Museum Art Hotel in Wellington. Keep Reading
When I was first trying to write this I had the most massive mind blank. To have my work all across the internet is a lot of pressure for an artist. There are so many judging critics out there and you can't help but want to please everyone. I’ve learnt over the years that it's not possible to please everyone, that there’s always going to be someone Keep Reading