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The winner of the People's Choice Award, a cash prize of $150, is Lauryn Wrightstone, Seton Catholic College, for What Lies Beneath (Oil).

                                      St Georges Art 2017 PeoplesChoice winner What Lies Beneath by Lauryn Wrightstone web

My work is a monochromatic piece that alludes to a facade of one's self. The all-encompassing fabric creates the illusion of a human form. "What Lies Beneath" reveals that underneath the physical form there is always more to a person than our protective outer layer suggests. In this oil painting I utilised subtle variation in tone to create smooth realistic-looking folds in such a way that a three-dimensional element is present.

– Lauryn Wrightstone

 

All those who voted for the People's Choice Award were entered in the draw to win ‘A 5 Course Tasting Menu for Two People with matched wines at Wildflower restaurant' to the value of $480, donated courtesy of COMO The Treasury. The lucky winners of this prize are Mr and Mrs Michael and Jenisa Sandon.

The winner of the People's Choice Award, a cash prize of $150, is Lauryn Wrightstone, Seton Catholic College, for What Lies Beneath (Oil).

                                      St Georges Art 2017 PeoplesChoice winner What Lies Beneath by Lauryn Wrightstone web

My work is a monochromatic piece that alludes to a facade of one's self. The all-encompassing fabric creates the illusion of a human form. "What Lies Beneath" reveals that underneath the physical form there is always more to a person than our protective outer layer suggests. In this oil painting I utilised subtle variation in tone to create smooth realistic-looking folds in such a way that a three-dimensional element is present.

– Lauryn Wrightstone

 

All those who voted for the People's Choice Award were entered in the draw to win ‘A 5 Course Tasting Menu for Two People with matched wines at Wildflower restaurant' to the value of $480, donated courtesy of COMO The Treasury. The lucky winners of this prize are Mr and Mrs Michael and Jenisa Sandon.