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Glover Prize 2019 Finalists

Celebrating the legacy of John Glover, the John Glover Art Prize (Glover Prize) has become one of Australia's most significant awards for landscape painting, open to artists anywhere in the world. It is awarded annually by the John Glover society Inc. for the work judged the best contemporary landscape painting of Tasmaina.

Landscape painting is defined in its broadest sense. The aim is to stimulate conversations about the meaning and possiblities expressed in the word landscape, painting and Tasmania.

 

Jennifer Riddle has been selected for her her work titled, 'Monument of Memory', 2019, Acrylic on canvas, 183cm x 183cm.

Glover Prize, Evandale, Tasmania

8th of March - 17th March, 2019

 

 

'A Painted Landscape' by Amber Creswell Bell

 

A Painted Landscape

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Book Release: November, 2018

 

Artists surveyed:

Alan Jones

Amanda Penrose Hart

Angus Nivison

Ann Thompson

Belynda Henry

Carla Hananiah

Charmaine Pike

Clifford Howe

Dan Kyle

Elisabeth Cummings

Euan Macleod

Fiona Barret Clarke

Guy Warren

Holly Greenwood

Idris Murphy

Ildiko Kovacs

Jane Tangney

Jennifer Riddle

John Bokor

John Lloyd

John Olsen

John R Walker

Julian Meagher

Jun Chen

Ken Done

Laura Jones

Leisl Mott

Lucy Culliton

Luke Scibberas

Mary Tonkin ( Cover Image)

Mavis Ngallametta

Mervyn Rubuntja

Natalie Anderson

Natasha Bieniek

Neil Frazer

Nicholas Harding

Nick J Ferguson

Nicole Chaffey

Paula Jenkins

Rachel Milne

Ralph Wilson

Reg Mombassa

Rick Amor

Robert Malherbe

Simon Buchan

Steve Tyerman

Tim Allen

Wendy McDonald

Zhou Xiaopin

 

A Painted Landscape by Amber Creswell Bell

Just as Dorothea Mackellar's words have a knack of swelling the metaphorical chest of many Australians with the evocative descriptions in her iconic encomium 'My Country', this book forms an aesthetic study of the Australian landscape as seen, experienced and expressed by the Australian artists who choose to paint it, and the connection to place that the artists have with particular geographical locations today.We have a rich legacy of legendary landscape painters in Australia, and this book is a curated collection of fifty artists working today, who are creating a rich and exciting vision of Australia's remarkable landscapes.This is Australia in the 21st century through a specifically creative lens. Artistic styles, visual language and motivations are as broad as this sprawling country; and the visions they paint are refracted through very different imaginations.Together these fifty artists paint a vivid image of the incredible diversity of landscapes that make this vast continent. 

 

 

Tattersalls Art Prize 2018

Reverence 112 x 112cm 

 

Reverence 112x122cm Jennifer Riddle

 

Tattersalls Art Prize 2018 

 

Hadley's Art Prize 2018

Verdant Garden 137.5 x 153cm

 

Finalist, Winner of the People's Choice Award, Hadley's Orient Hotel, Hobart, Australia.

 

Verdant Garden wins the Mercury People's Choice Award in the Hadley's Art Prize

21st July - 25th August, 2018

 

www.hadleysartprize.com.au

 

Paddington Art Prize 2017

Lure of the Quiet, Acrylic on Canvas 137x153cm 

Lure of the Quiet

 

Scott Livesey Galleries

Jennifer Riddle is now represented by Scott Livesey Galleries 

Solo exhibition - OCTOBER 2018

909a High Street, Armadale, Victoria, Australia.

T: +61 3 9824 7770

www.scottliveseygalleries.com

Lure of the Quiet 137.5x214cm

Lure of the Quiet II 

Glover Prize 2017 - Finalist, People's Choice Winner, Children's Choice Winner

 

No Man's Land - Bathurst Harbour , Acrylic on Canvas 153cm x 183cm

 

 

Glover Prize 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Victorian artist, Jennifer Riddle, wins People’s Choice & Children’s Choice Award.

 

 

Length and Breadth - New Acquisitions from the Parliament House Art Collection.

22nd September - 13th November, 2016 Parliament House, Canberra.

From Flinders Ranges to the Darling Downs, Bathurst Harbour to Broken Hill Hill, this exhibition features a selection of contemporary Australian artworks acquired by Parliament House since 2013. It focuses on images of landscape, both real and the imagined, from across the vast Australian continent.

Featuring artist: Louise Feneley, Mel George, Pro Hart,Ray Ken, William Mackinnon, Joseph McGlennon, Karen Mills, Ian North, Amander Parer, Ben Quilty, Jennifer Riddle, Ian Waldron, Nicole Welch, Carolyn Young and  Keturah Nangala Zimran.

Length and Breadth - Parliament House

Totem - Bathurst Harbour , 2016 Jennifer Riddle

 

Salon des refusés, 2016 - S.H Ervin Gallery, Sydney and Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Vic.

Salon des refusés 2016 MPRG - September 24th - November 20th, 2016.

 

Jennifer Riddle - Artist Talk

2pm - 2:30pm Sunday 9th October, 2016

Mornington Regional Gallery

Artist Talk - MPRG

Celery Top Islands - Bathurst Harbour 137.5cm x 213cm

Celery Top Island - Bathurst Harbour , 2016  Jennifer Riddle

 

 

Bay of Fires Art Prize, Finalist 2016 - Winner of the People's Choice Award.

 

'Fallen - D'Entrecasteaux' 153cm x 153cm

 

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 Bay of Fires Art Prize

 

 

 

Parliament House Aquisitions - 2016

 

 

'Totem - Bathurst Harbour'

'Totem - Bathurst Harbour' 153cm x153cm, Jennifer Riddle

 

 

'Decsend to Rise'

'Descend to Rise' 112cm x 112cm, Jennifer Riddle

 

 

 

 

Mornington Peninsula Shire Aquisitive Prize - Winner 2015

 

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Glover Prize Finalist 2015.

 

 

 Low Tide - Satellite Island 152cm x 121.5cm-2

 'Low Tide - Satellite Island' 122cm x 152.5cm, Jennifer Riddle

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coastal Creatives 'The Conversation Sessions'

The Conversations Sessions

 

Jenny Riddle will be talking about "Inspiration" as one of the guest speakers at Coastal Creatives 'The Conversation Sessions', Febuary 19 @ Tree, Flinders. 

Joined by Dr Jenni Koch, GP & Meditation teacher. 

 

 

Jenny Riddle and her award winning artwork 

Winner of the Best Visual Image Award for the work 'Eastern Grey Rise' at the Art Red Hill Exhibition 2014.

Judged by Susan McCulloch. 

 

 

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