2021 Paddington Art Prize Finalists

2021 Paddington Art Prize Finalists

Congratulation to Min-Woo Bang and Annalisa Ferraris on their selection as finalists in the 2021 Paddington Art Prize.

The $30,000 acquisitive art prize is awarded for a painting inspired by the Australia Landscape.

Born in Seoul, landscape painter Min-Woo Bang cloudscape paintings are both ethereal and mesmerising. Struck with the charm of the Australian landscape and the absolute enormity of our skies Min-Woo Bang’s primary subject matter is the allure of our natural surroundings and the ephemeral beauty of our skies.

"With the idea of passing time and memory through nature, the physical elements and forces of nature are interdependent in an atmospheric landscape and the experience of nature’s transformation is balanced by a deep, physical connection to place." says Min-Woo Bang.

Annalisa Ferraris’ work has evolved with her sharp execution of shadows and a mature palette. Including her most recent body of work which sites her signature empty swimming pools as well as more minimalist almost sculptural pieces that really play with illusion and have an even stronger sense of depth & space.

From empty swimming pools to painted walls that almost become sculptures in themselves Annalisa Ferraris encourages us to appreciate beauty in the mundane.

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