Innocence a Finalist in 2021 Calleen Art Award
Shannon Doyle’s “Innocence” has been named as a finalist in the 2021 Calleen Art Award. The prestigious art prize received 407 entries and are now on show at Cowra Regional Art Gallery from 24 October to 05 December 2021.
The Calleen Art Award was established in 1977 by Cowra arts patron Patricia Fagan OAM. The award focuses on painting and supports innovation, creativity and originality in the visual arts. An acquisitive national prize, the Calleen Art Award is open to original paintings in any styles or subject.
The exhibition opening on Saturday 23 October 2021 will announce the winner of the Calleen Art Award 2021.
LIFE, DEATH, innocence AND GUILT
Innocence is part of the collection by Shannon Doyle called LIFE, DEATH, innocence AND GUILT. View the collection here.
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