Over 165 entries were received for this year’s Grandma Moses Art Exhibition.
This year’s exhibition will be held at the Gosford’s 50+ Leisure and Learning Centre from Tuesday, September 15 until Thursday, September 17. The popular annual competition is sponsored by Gosford Council and offers over $3,000 in prize money.
With five entry categories including open (any medium), watercolour, novice, 50+ Centre Art Group members, and open Central Coast-inspired works, the competition is a great opportunity for people aged 50 years and over to present their work to the community.
Prize winners will be announced by Gosford mayor, Cr Lawrie McKinna at the Centre on Tuesday, September 15. Council’s director of community growth, Ms Judy Jaeger said this is the competition’s 33rd year. “We received more entries this year than last, demonstrating its continued popularity with both exhibitors,” Ms Jaeger said.
Many of the paintings will be available for sale. Members of the community are encouraged to visit the exhibition and celebrate the Central Coast’s talented artists.
Sep 2, 2015
Gosford Council media