THREE FACES PORTRAIT PRIZE ARTISTS ANNOUNCED
Arts Mansfield has great pleasure in announcing the three successful applicants who have been selected from a strong field of interested artists.
They are Allan Jack, Wendy Jagger, and Felicity Hayward who are all very different in their styles and choice of mediums. The artists will attend The Reveal on Friday 7 May when the mystery sitter will be introduced and they will begin their work.
Five weeks later the artists will attend The Unveiling when their portraits will be presented for judging by the Mansfield
Shire Mayor and the Director of the Benalla Regional Art Gallery.
Congratulations Allan, Wendy, and Felicity, and best of luck with your artistic endeavors.
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