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Byron Arts Classic 2015

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The Byron Bay Arts Classic is back in it’s usual time of year for Easter. Artists from the 2481 postcode submitted over 300 artworks which are now viewable and for sale at the Byron Bay Community Centre until the 7th April.

WINNERS

PAINTING Aquisitve
Melitta Perry “The Gatekeepers (Bentley)”

PAINTING First
Sean Connors “Ashen Remains”

PAINTING Second
Skye Baker
“Isle of Turning”

PAINTING HC
Julie Corbet
“Gemaria”

PAINTING HC
Sabrina Simoni
“Without Words, Afgani Girl”

PHOTOGRAPHY First
Dean Beletich
“Digital Love”

PHOTOGRAPHY Second
Sue Rado
“Flat Rock meets VIII ker”

PHOTOGRAPHY HC
Venus Kondos
“Vivid Orange”

PHOTOGRAPHY HC
Petra Stark
“Cloned”

SCULPTURE First
James Hopkinson
“Belvedere”

SCULPTURE Second
Marilyn Marchwicki
“Wastenot Wantnot”

SCULPTURE HC
Leora Sibony
“Being from the Undergrowth”

TEXTILE First
Mirra-Winni Gaze
“Oceanna and the Dilly-Bag – A Textile Number”

TEXTILE HC
Karen Dixon
“Abundance”

WORKS ON PAPER First
Carolyn Delzoppo
“Banksia Integrifolia – Cycle”

WORKS ON PAPER Second
Chrissy Huntsman
“Here and Now”

WORKS ON PAPER HC
Susan Jacobsen
“Property Marks – diptych”

WORKS ON PAPER HC
Colleen DaRosa
“Kata”

PAINTING Curators Choice
Elaine Green
“Remembered Landscape (Triptych)”

WORKS ON PAPER BAREBONES
Susan Jacobsen
“Property Marks – diptych”

SCULPTURE BAREBONES
Karen Jennings

When Dylan O’Donnell isn’t running his Digital Agencies DNA Digital and zen10, he is usually being a total pointdexter and pursuing his love of nature, technology, art, music and their intersections. Although having lived in Byron Bay for 5 years now, he can barely swim let alone surf so has forgone all dreams of being one of the cool kids to focus on being a completely eccentric father. His photography often has scientific themes with astrophotography, wildlife and biodiversity or even lasers, chemistry and other experiments. He has has work published by various news outlets including NASA.

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