ART lovers can view record entries in the Rutherglen Tastes of Art Prize for the last time over the weekend.
Judge Di Mangan commented on the high standard of entries, handing out $7000 in prize-money and many highly commended awards.
Chief administrator Irena Webster said with 518 entries overall, the youth award was particularly popular.
"We had a record number of youth entries, 109, up from 60 last year," she said.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Winners: Youth Serena Barry (Ocean Utopia) and Josie Beattie (Here Fishy Fishy); Photography (Landscape) Yvonne Schnelle (Forest in Lake Eyre); Photography (Creative) Toni Harris (Hairy Panic Project Image no 11.3); Work on Paper Anita Lawrence (Middle Ground - Dusk); 3D small artwork prize Beatrice Magalotti (Belongings); Painting/Mixed Media Therese King (Banksia) and Do Noble (Afternoon Warmth).
The art show in the Rutherglen Memorial Hall runs 10am to 4pm.
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