Oak Hall, Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School

213 Wonga Road, Warranwood,3134


Opening Night Gala, August 30, 2019


From: Friday August 30, 2019, 7:00 pm

To: Friday August 30, 2019, 9:30 pm

Artists Art Awards 

  • Applaud the prize-winners announced by 2019 Independent Judge, Domenico de Clario

  • See art from 98 artists with the chance to purchase early ~ paintings and drawings, printmaking, photography/digital art, jewellery, ceramics sculptures

  • Participate in our 2019 featured art installation, a nature-based interactive installation by artist Clare James, Gratitude Place

  • Speak with the artists about their art

  • Enjoy the party atmosphere with live music by jazz, blues and classics by Spoonbill Royale 

  • Mingle with special guests, sponsors and supporters, art lovers and friends of the Warranwood Art Show

Tickets $20, includes canapes and first beverage, purchase tickets online below (limited to 140 guests)

2019 Exhibitors enjoy free entry (not transferrable), RSVP to Artist Liaison Ziping

ing Night Gala starts 7pm, Friday 30 August 2019

Venue:  Oak Hall, in the gardens at the Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School 
213 Wonga Road, Warranwood Vic 3134  

Queries?  Contact us

Warranwood Art Show is a fundraiser for the Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School's 'School Community Association', towards new and improved equipment and facility upgrades.    


Hear jazz, blues and classics with musical quartet, Spoonbill Royale

Jazz & Blues with Spoonbill Royale










With thanks to all our Sponsors in 2019: 




With thanks to all our Friends and Supporters in 2019:

Victorian Artists Supplies    Emma's Babyswim    McAdam's Apple     Flowerpot Florist    Spoonbill Royale


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2019 Independent Judge - Domenico de Clario

I am thrilled and excited to have the opportunity to view all the wonderful work that I know will be on display for the Show and I am both honored and privileged to have been asked to view the works in order to make recommendations for the awards.

Both the viewing and the making of art is an integral part of how we generate and enjoy our evolving cultures and the acknowledgement of the value of such activities affirms the support each and every one of us can provide as enthusiastic participants at all levels of our common culture.

Irrespective of whose artwork may catch the judge’s eye on this occasion such responses occur in the knowledge that the most significant action is the creative one and that prize-giving, while an important aspect of the encouragement we must all offer to creative practitioners, is highly subjective and does not constitute in any way the final word on any artist’s practice.

Domenico de Clario





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Oak Hall

213 Wonga Road (in the foreground gardens of the Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School), Warranwood VIC 3134

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