MAS Autumn Exhibition 2023

Best In Show


no 30 “Mountain Ash 35”
by Christine Goerner

Draws one into the Mountain Ash Forest and then there is the Enigmatic beyond. Congratulations.

Best Other Media / 3D


no 50 “My Retreat”
by Tasia Jenkins

Colourful and confident. Striking on a wall on its own.

Highly Commended

no 25 “Ballarat, Early Morning”
by Geoff Cook

Beautiful tonal glimpse of roof tops. Gentle approach and limited palette appreciated.

Best Acrylic


no 2 “Retreat”
by Lilja Bauer

Luminous colours lead the eye in this work but mystery prevails.

Highly Commended

no 76 “Safe Harbour”
by Terry O’Keeffe

Well done with limited palette.

Best Pastel / Drawing


no 81 “Frederick Fish”
by Wendy Swan

Unique little work exquisitely rendered. Bravo.

Highly Commended

no 36 “Pumpkin Still Life #2”
by Be Goslar

A vibrant well executed pastel. Pumpkins lovingly worked.

Best Watercolour​


no 35 “Dusk on Noosa River”
by Suzanne Johnston

A brief and moody painting.  There is mystery here for the viewer. Very good.

Highly Commended

no 85  “Pomme de Roi”
by Gordon Wilson

A pleasing domestic arrangement and pink blush in background enhances the spaces. Congratulations.

Best Oil​


no 17 “ Maestro Plays Vivaldi”
by Tegan Colliver

Dramatic tonal approach to this figure in interior. Well done.

Highly Commended

no 1 “Apogee”
by Lilja Bauer

Extremely well designed and the use of complementaries (orange and blue) brings the painting to its pinnacle.

JUDGE: Carmel Mahony
SPONSORED BY: Senior Art Supplies
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