WINNERS - 2021 Act-Belong-Commit Esperance Wildflower Festival Art Exhibition and Competition

Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Act-Belong-Commit Esperance Wildflower Festival Art Competition and Exhibition.

JUDGES AWARD

  • Under 12 Indigenous – Nikkita Bennell
  • Under 12 Individual – Ezra Boucher
  • 12 – 17 Indigenous – Justin Bennell
  • 12 – 17 Individual – Taya Close
  • Over 18 Indigenous – Candice Smith
  • Over 18 Individual (Minna Crisp Award) – Tracey Bareli
  • Group Entry – Women Learning for Life

PEOPLE’S CHOICE

  • Group Entry – Homecare
  • Indigenous – Taya Close
  • Individual – Jeff Mutch
  • School – Condingup Primary School

SCHOOL AWARDS

Sustainability Award – for the Innovative use of recycled/upcycled materials

  • PP – Marley Clark, Scaddan Primary School
  • Year 3 – Quinn Brown, Esperance Primary School
  • Year 4 – Amelia Welke, Cascade Primary School
  • Year 7/8 – Students at ESHS Education Support

Technical skill award – for demonstration of strong artistic skill

  • PP – Tori McLean-Schilling, Esperance Primary School
  • Year 1 – Kaliahni Banks, Nulsen Primary School
  • Year 6 – Paisley Hoggart, Condingup Primary School
  • Year 9 – Lenox Lister, Esperance Senior High School
  • Year 10 – Richard Henderson, Home School

Merit awards

  • Year 4 – Alyrah Stokes, Castletown Primary School
  • Year 9 – Charlee Peterson, Esperance Senior High School

 

Photo credit:  Esperance Tjaltjraak Native Title Aboriginal Corporation