I am very pleased to be a finalist in the 66th Blake Prize with my artwork - Trashed
Since 1951, The Blake Prize has engaged artists, nationally and internationally, with ideas of spirituality and religion. The prize takes its name from William Blake, the world-famous 18th Century artist, and poet who threaded the religious and artistic throughout his practice. Building on this history, The 66th Blake Prize continues to encourage contemporary artists of varied styles and religious and spiritual allegiances to create significant works of art, which engage in conversations and negotiations concerning spirituality, religion and/or belief.
Exhibition at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - 13 February - 11th April 2021.
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To view entry and artist statement click here for the 66th Blake Prize catalogue