2022 River of Art Prize Awards

Freya Job, ‘Firestorm’. Acrylic and pastel on paper.
The winner of the 2022 River of Art Prize is Freya Job for her two works ‘Lightning Strike’ and ‘Firestorm’.

The runner-up prize went to Angela Ratten for ‘Twirling’ and the highly commended prize to Lizette Richards for ‘Lemon Biscuits’.

53 works were entered from the Eurobodalla region and beyond, with 29 finalists selected by judges Andrew Gray, Executive Director of South East Arts and Helen Maxwell OAM (founder of aGOG, Helen Maxwell Gallery, art valuer and curator).

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Freya Job ‘Lightning Strike’ and ‘Firestorm’


Indira Carmichael ‘Blue’

Vicki Combridge ‘Randy and the Girls’

Adrienne Conway ‘Ebb Tide’

Sarah Cox ‘Nature and Nurture’

Megan Dixon-Dawes ‘Murray Cod or European Carp?’

Deborah Ellis ‘Hare’

Anja Freyja ‘Fated Waters’

Ruth Halverson ‘Seal Search Party (rocking on in Narooma)’

Lee Honey ‘Blindspot 1’

Nick Hopkins ‘Pentacle Mandala’

Rita Horta ‘Ocean Symphony’

Janet Jones ‘Still life with boiled egg’

Aline Joyce ‘Apricity’

Geoffrey Odgers ‘Coastal Grey Gums Moruya River 2’

Natasha Kalenjuk ‘Inclusive’

Geoffrey Odgers ‘Rocks Coila Beach Pink Sky’

Grace Paleg ‘The Three Graces, unfinished’

Jo Parsons ‘Sunrise Metropolis’

Michelle Peterson ‘Leaf Litter’

David Ramsland ‘Along The Track’

David Ramsland ‘East Coast Low’

Lizette Richards
‘Even children get older, and I’m getting older too’

Miriam Shilling ‘Winter Swell’

Ursula Straub ‘My Garden’

Susan Vogel ‘When she left’