glaister ennor
graduate art award 2013

19 - 29 June 2013

An exhibition featuring masters graduates from AUT, Elam, Unitec & Whitecliffe art schools. David Austin is the winner of the Glaister Ennor Award, and Ian Peter Weston is the winner of the Barfoot and Thompson Award. The awards judge, arts critic and correspondent John Daly-Peoples, said of the winning work:

"This digitally manipulated tableau - which is somewhere between a visual poem and a mythic story - is a celebration of the everyday, but also manages to capture something of the universality of human relationships and experiences."

Janelle Wills won the Glaister Ennor Staff Choice Award.

Glaister Ennor initiated the award in 2006 to help emerging artists in Auckland. Previous winners of the GEAA have included Myah Flynn, Matthew Carter, Kirsten Roberts, Lucy Hughes and Diane Scott.

David Austin Helensville c 1959, 2013. Photographic construction. 560 x 940 mm.

SOLD

Ian Peter Weston anti flash white then oh boy! (that's a blue steel dad) now a restoration work, 2013.
Paint on paper and card, steel fasteners. 1120 x 1120 x 40 mm.

Janelle Wills Cherry Hill, 2013. Oil on canvas. 1000 x 1800 mm

Louise Stevenson West Facing Wall: King George VI School, Honiara, Solomon Islands, 2012.
Unique digital print on Hahnemuele photorag paper. 580 x 940 mm.

Cathy Carter Untitled, Le Rayon Vert, #2, 2013. Unique pigmented inkjet print.
1045 x 785 mm (framed).

Emil McAvoy Purple Haze, 2013. Unique pigmented archival inkjet print.
920 x 1450 mm.

Andre Sampson ix, 2013. Watercolour on paper. 1000 x 700 mm

Joe Prisk img_134, 2013. Oil on canvas. 350 x 295 mm.

Jamie Chapman Iron Blue, 2013. Oil on canvas. 400 x 605 mm.

Glen Snow Baroque Palette, 2013. Fillers and paint on board. 250 x 250 mm

Rohan Hartley Mills Verified Genius Reinvents with Yellow, 2013. Oil on canvas.
750 x 615 mm

Installation shot (from left to right): Emil McAvoy 'Purple Haze', Rohan Hartley Mills 'Verified Genius
Reinterprets with Yellow', Janelle Wills 'Cherry Hill', Joe Prisk 'img_134', Peter Malone 'Slaughter of the
faithless and the suitors', Jamie Chapman 'Iron Blue', and Andre Sampson 'ix'.

Installation shot (from left to right): Elizabeth Visser 'Enigma 1', David Austin 'Helensville c 1959', and
Louise Stevenson 'West Facing Wall: King George VI School, Honiara, Solomon Islands'