Mornington Art Show 2019
The 47th Mornington Art Show is now launched with approximately 3 months until artist can submit to the show.
Last year was a most successful show with record submissions and over 850 paintings displayed. Sales were again very high with over 12% of paintings sold.
Numbers of paintings submitted is increasing each year and are of high quality.
Last year's show saw a number of new artists exhibiting as well as artists who have supported the show for many years.
Please put the following key dates in your diary and start working to be part of the Mornington Art Show for 2019.
The Mornington Art Show organisers are excited to announce that a limited number of photographic works will be accepted for the 2019 Mornington Art Show.
These works will be displayed in a dedicated area of the general Art Show.
Photographs and digital works will be accepted for submission when entered as a limited numbered edition, signed and numbered by the artist. Photographic work needs to be entered through Gallery 247 and must adhere to the terms and conditions as displayed on the Mornington Art Show website.
There will be a prize awarded to the best judged work under this category.
Submissions open Thursday November 1 2018
Submissions close Sunday December 16 2018
Notification to successful artists Thursday January 3 2019
Gala Opening Thursday January 17 2019
Art Show open to public Friday January 18 - Saturday January 26 2019
Delivery of Artworks Monday January 14 2019
Pick up of Artwork Sunday January 27 2019
Artist will need to refer to the Terms and Conditions on the website for all details regarding entry and fees.
Peninsula Community Theatre
Cnr. Wilsons Road & Nepean Highway, Mornington
2018 Mornington Art Show Winners
Best Exhibit (any medium) was Casey Sealy's oil landscape titled Winter Moon Grafton.
An exceptional oil landscape painting by one of Australia’s top masters.
The whole painting has quality written all over it.
From the subtitle strokes in the distance to the bold confident strokes in the foreground.
Excellent use of tone and colour makes this painting draw you as the viewer into the image.
A painting full of drama and illusion.
A worth winner of best in show. (Michael Goff Judge)