Congratulations to KAB Gallery artist, Jacki Fewtrell-Gobert, announced as a finalist of the 67th Blake Prize. A contemporary art prize that addresses ideas related to religion, spirituality and/or belief, finalists of this prestigious prize are incredibly thought provoking and not restricted to any specific faith or art style. The finalist catalogue is spectacular, featuring many diverse interpretations of spiritual ideology and practice.
The Blake Prize is non-acquisitive and this year’s winner will be awarded $35,000. There are a total of three prizes to be won, with winners announced on Saturday 12 March 2022.
1. The Blake Prize is a non-acquisitive prize of $35,000
2. The Blake Emerging Artist Prize is an acquisitive prize of $6,000
3. The Blake Established Artist Residency – consisting of a residency and solo exhibition hosted by CPAC.
2022 prize season has begun! KAB Gallery are excited to keep you up-to-date as the season progresses.
Jacki Fewtrell-Gobert has been a full time artist since 2009. Educated at UNSW, Jacki worked as an art teacher for 30 years while also firmly establishing herself within the Sydney art world. Jacki Fewtrell-Gobert is a winner of many art awards in NSW. Her work reflects trips around Australia as well as her home on the Hawkesbury River, north of Sydney. She has won the Mosman Art Prize twice in 1982 & 1985, as well as the Kirribilli Art Prize in 2011 & 2012. She was also a finalist in the Outback Art Prize and the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.