Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2013

20 July 2013–08 September 2013

10am – 5pm daily
Special Exhibition Gallery, Ground Floor

Admission

$10 adults
$7 concession
Children U16 free

 

Exploring the natural world through artistic creativity

The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize is a unique opportunity for talented artists to immerse themselves in the wonders of science. 

We challenge artists to use skills in their chosen media to interpret the natural world and contribute to the great environmental debates facing our planet.

Now in its eleventh year, the Waterhouse is a valuable fixture in the Australian art world and offers artists a platform to showcase their skills, and make a statement about the scientific issues affecting us today. 

All artworks are for sale through the Museum Shop

 

Winners

Overall Winner – Judith Brown for Flight of Fancy
Paintings Winner  Claudine Marzik for Limestone Belt Cairns West
Works on Paper Winner  Young Soon Jin for Enoki
Sculpture and Objects Winner  Nick Mount for Fruit Salad #090312
Youth Prize Winner  Llewelyn Ash for Above and Below
People’s Choice Award  Judith Brown for Flight of Fancy
Dr Wendy Wickes Memoriam Prize  Victoria Beresin for Shoal of Shame

 

Artists’ Presentations

See the artists at work in the North Foyer from Monday 22 July from 10am. They will demonstrate their style and be available to answer any questions you might have about their work. Times and dates are subject to change. 

 

Artists’ Inspiration 

Artists’ Inspiration - The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize from South Australian Museum on Vimeo.