Camellia Morris and her painting 'In the Shallows' Wins 2014 Cliftons Art Prize

'In the Shallows' Wins Cliftons Art Prize


Camellia is thrilled to be the overall Cliftons Art Prize winner for 2013. She will receive $10,000 for her artwork, In The Shallows.

The announcement took Camellia completely by surprise. She is very grateful to the management of Clifton's for their support of visual artists in Asia Pacific.

The judging panel included

  • Tim Abdallah, National Head of Art, Menzies Art Brands
  • Ian Hamlin, President, New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts
  • David Bromley, Prominent Australian Printmaker
  • Hong Kong based art critic, curator and writer, John Batten is joining the panel for the first time.

Camellia's winning artwork is now on permanent display in Cliftons Sydney Training Venue.

About Cliftons Art Prize
Cliftons Art Prize is an annual competition open to emerging and established artists in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore. It helps raise the profiles of local artists and encourages corporate patronage of the arts, offering international exposure for local artists across Asia Pacific.

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