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"Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize"
2006-08-05 until 2006-09-10
South Australian Museum
Judges have selected 112 finalists in this year's Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. The finalists, 42 in Category A Paintings, 35 in Category B Works on Paper and 35 in Category C Sculpture and Objects, will be displayed at the South Australian Museum from Saturday 5 August until Sunday 10 September 2006.
The $30,000 overall winner and prize winners in each category will be announced on the evening of Friday 4 August. The Fisher Jeffries People's Choice Award will be announced at the Waterhouse Artists' Night on Friday 25 August.
The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize is Australia’s richest prize for natural history art and has quickly become one of Australia’s most prestigious art competitions since its inception in 2003. It promotes and recognises excellence in art that depicts natural history or wildlife, and draws entries from around the world.
Fat Snake in the Grass by Laima Politis, finalist in Category A, 2006 Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize
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