Shane Vink - Borderline
‘In this existence, my passion is a continuous spiral of exploration to become the best painter I can possibly be’
2018 FWATSIAP – Far West Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Prize
‘Sponsored by Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation and West Darling Arts.
The aim of the prize is to provide an opportunity to showcase and celebrate art works and creativity in the Far West by both young and mature Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Prizes will be awarded in three categories.’
‘Once again, the ladies of GAARA arts have risen to the challenge. “Words and Pictures” has seen our Artists research the poetry that inspires them to put their thoughts, hopes and fears onto canvas, demonstrating that the combination of words and pictures is quite a powerful way to share a message. Imagery - from the poet to the palette: it’s a blast!’
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is located at 404 - 408 Argent Street, Broken Hill. Broken Hill is the largest regional outback centre in Western New South Wales, positioned close to the South Australian border and midway between the Queensland and Victorian borders. Broken Hill is a culturally rich and diverse environment. Famous for its mining industries, silver and mineral deposits, and unionism, the city today is also identified by the strength of its arts community, and number of artists and galleries in the region. The town is also the home of The Brushmen of the Bush, a celebrated group of Australian artists including Pro Hart, Jack Absalom, Hugh Schulz, Eric Minchin and John Pickup, who took paintings of outback Australia to the world.