The Hope and Sons Art Awards 2018 Winners were announced last Friday 13th April. Jasmine Middlebrook, of Dunedin, won third place with her piece entitled - All I Want and Nothing More
Jasmine Middlebrook graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Otago Polytechnic School of Art in 2010. Painting has been a lifelong obsession for this artist and she has drawn since she was a child. There is a personal meaning to her work but she likes others to find their own meaning and for people to create their own stories when viewing her paintings. - This information was taken from Gallery De Novo
Jasmine has won over 20 National awards including the Molly Morpeth Canaday art prize.
Jasmine won the Hope and Sons Art Awards 2014 exhibition with her piece entitled, O Confine Me Not.
For more information on Jasmine, and to see photo's of her art work click here.
Jasmine was announced the third place winner at a private Otago Art Society event on Friday 13th April. The third place prize for the Hope and Sons Art Awards 2018 was $2,000.00
The Hope and Sons Art Awards exhibition is open to the public from Saturday 14th April - Sunday 20th May. 30% of all sale proceeds go to the Otago Art Society.
We have been proud supporters and sponsors of this event since 1998.
Hope and Sons are contemporary yet respectful of tradition, being a five generation funeral family caring for the Dunedin, Mosgiel, and Otago communities.
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