Oak Hall, Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School
213 Wonga Road, Warranwood,3134
2018 Warranwood Art Show's independent judge is Emmy Mavroidis.
An award-winning painter and sculptor, Emmy has has been a finalist in numerous Prizes ~ Nillumbik Prize, Hutchin Prize, Arc Yinnar Drawing Prize, Doug Moran Portrait Prize, Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.
In sculpture, Emmy was awarded the Yering Station 2016 Winery Choice Award and, was finalist in the Montalto Sculpture Prize 2017.
More recently in 2017, whilst at the Streeton Print Residency at Queenscliff Gallery Workshop’s Road To Templestowe, as part of her residency Emmy produced paintings and monotypes focusing on distinct Melbourne
See more about Emmy Mavroidis at emmymavroidis.com
Emmy established Nyora Studio Gallery in 2003, a thriving centre for the Arts. She has developed the Nyora Studio Gallery Resident Artist’s Program where she teaches and mentors other artist as well as holding regular classes in sculpture and life drawing.
Recent travel includes SEAS International Exhibition in Ionion Centre for Arts and Culture, Greece in 2016. France in 2010, 2011 and 2013.
Prizes and Awards include the 2018 Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Small sculpture exhibition.
2017 Montalto Sculpture Prize finalist, VIC.
2017 & 2016 Yering Station Sculpture Prize awarded winery choice award, Victoria.
2015 Hutchins Drawing Prize, finalist, Tasmania.
2014 Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize, finalist, NSW.
2013 & 2014 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize – semi finalist.
2010 Nillumbik Prize, finalist (highly commended)
1985 Clifton Pugh Drawing Prize.
1985 The Trustees of The National Gallery of Victoria Award
1984 Alun leach Jones drawing Award.
Emmy’s work is in private collections throughout Australia and internationally.
Prizes valued to the amount indicated were awarded in April 2018 in the following categories:
A People's Choice Award valued at $100, as voted by the visiting public was awarded and announced at show conclusion, proudly supported by Victorian Artists Supplies in Eltham.