Wednesday, October 31, 2007

David Horton wins Sculpture by the Sea

National Art School staff and students continue to win Australia's major art prizes.

Congratulations to David Horton!

David Horton, currently undertaking his Master of Fine Arts at the National Art School, has today been awarded the 2007 Sculpture by the Sea Prize.

David has been awarded $30,000 for the acquisitive prize. His winning work Yesternight will be placed on permanent public view after the exhibition's conclusion.

David is also currently lecturing in the Sculpture Department at the National Art School.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/10/31/2077109.htm?section=entertainment

4 comments:

raffaello said...

You can see more of David Horton's work at
davehortonsculpture.com

National Art School said...

If the above link does not work try: http://davehortonsculpture.com

Diego Luego said...

Yesterday I wrote in my blog that:

Several places in the exhibition should be reserved for students, undergraduate or postgraduate, currently studying at one of Australia's excellent recognised tertiary art schools.

To minimise favouritism only one student from any school should be chosen.

see http://evidencebasedonly.blogspot.com/

Sculpture by the Sea

raffaello said...

Third time lucky:

http://davehortonsculpture.com/