SSG represented artist, Annette Bukovinsky, has been selected as a finalist in the Little Things Art Prize, for her work Kindred and the Gosford Ceramics Prize for her work Metanoia No. 1.
Little Things Art Prize was founded by Marnie Ross in 2015. Artists are invited to submit creative expressions of the ‘Little Things’ that make them happy or feel grateful. The science of Positive Psychology emphasises the benefits such focusing of our attention contributes to our health and happiness. As well as inspiring community creative engagement, the resulting finalists exhibition is a celebration of the artwork displayed and a shared positive experience. The Finalist exhibition is held at Saint Cloche Gallery in Paddington, Sydney. Little Things Art Prize is supported through the Woollahra Council Community & Cultural Grants program.
The Gosford Art Prize is the premier art prize of the Central Coast region, with local and national artists engaged in friendly competition for over $25,000 in total prizes. The exhibition of finalists at the Gosford Regional Gallery is an annual highlight of the exhibition program.
2020 has been a strong year for Annette.
Annette Bukovinsky is an artist whose practice largely centres on investigating humanity's relationship with nature and the search for a new ecological philosophy that can address the challenges threatening the vitality of our planet.
To view Annette Bukovinsky’s available work in the Stockroom, click here.