Welcome to the YP Art Exhibition, celebrating its 10th year as a major cultural event on the beautiful and iconic Yorke Peninsula. Traditionally held biennially over Easter the exhibition attracts a wide variety of entrants and provides the perfect addition to an Easter break on the Yorkes for locals and visitors alike.
Open Entry Registrations are now closed.
Thank you to all who entered their work in the 2018 YP Art Exhibition.
We look forward to showing off your impressive entries later this month.
'LANDSCAPES OF YORKES'
Facilitator: Pete Dobre
Renowned SA Landscape Photographer
In the morning, the workshop will cover light and composition and getting the most out of your equipment. Participants will then head to the beautiful Corny Point area for an afternoon of landscape photography with the assistance of Pete.
Thursday 29th March 2018 9am-5pm
Yorketown Town Hall
15 Edithburgh Road, Yorketown
$110 per participant
Morning tea, Lunch and Afternoon tea provided
Own transport required
Limited places. Book now to avoid missing out on the unique opportunity
REGISTER ONLINE NOW
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YP ART EXHIBITION RAFFLE
Booklets will be distributed to various locations throughout the Yorke Peninsula and in every Council office.
Drawn at the Art Exhibition Opening in Ardrossan on Wednesday 28/03/2018. Results published on Councils website and in the YP Country Times Newspaper on Wednesday 04/04/2018
The Yorke Peninsula Art Exhibition Working Party is coordinating this raffle with all proceeds in the aid of the 2018 YP Art Exhibition being held over Easter 2018. Total of 2500 tickets.
First Prize - Painting by Victoria Rolinski
‘NORTH WIND’ 103cm x 72cm valued at $990.00
Victoria Rolinski is a plein- air impressionist artist and finds this to be the most rewarding and enjoyable way of painting. “You have a more heightened awareness of everything around you, including perspective, light and atmosphere. I want the painting to feel spontaneous and of the moment and strive to paint with an observant eye and a loose hand!” She has empathy with coastal protection and conservation of the dunes. Victoria is the recipient of numerous Awards.
Second Prize - Painting by Terry Braund
‘BERRY BAY’ 76cm x 61cm valued at $550.00
Terry Braund is an Edithburgh-based artist who works in a variety of mediums. Although his subject matter is eclectric, much of his work focuses on local sea and landscapes. The latter being influenced by his friendship with Fred Klix with whom he painted in the Flinders Ranges. Terry has also painted with local talent which has introduced him to a diversity of styles and maturity to his work.
WANT TO ENTER THE RAFFLE BUT CAN'T GET TO THE YORKE PENINSULA?
Enter your details and we can organise your entry over the phone.
YP ART EXHIBITION RAFFLE