Past Winners 2016 National Pottery Competition

Overall Winner of the 49th Port Hacking Potters Award was Anne Mossman of Qld with her vessel
"Champion Chalice"

Winner of the People's Choice Award - Linni Anderson for her hand built works "Host of Angels"

Detail - "Host of Angels" by Linni Anderson

part of the crowd attending the Award ceremony

Congratulations to the winners

The 49th National Competition and Exhibition was held at the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre Gymea NSW from 16 to 28 September 2016.

There were six prizes awarded with the total prizes being to the value of $2850.00

Sections included Open Wheelthrown, by Robert Wood

 Open Handformed and Sculpture, by Janet Selby

Student Handformed or Wheelthrown, by Farideh Khajarvi

Indigenous Encouragement Award, by Bankstown Koori Elders

 People's Choice and the overall winner was awarded the major Port Hacking Potters Award  - see images at top of page.

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