2023 Lake Light Sculptures Winners Announced

MAJOR WINNER: Rebecca Selleck Joey and Child, Bronze 2023

MAJOR AWARD – Rebecca Selleck ‘Joey and Child’, Bronze 2023

The Major Award for Lake Light Sculpture will be presented to the artist or collaboration that demonstrates creativity, technical skill, and site specificity for Jindabyne. This award recognises the creative interpretation of their stated subject – supported by their artist statement, expression of meaning and overall aesthetic. The quality of design, technical skill in execution and construction, material selection and precision of finish will be assessed by the judging panel, alongside the awareness of the site in Jindabyne and access for all round viewing.

DISRUPTION AWARD – Jimmy Rix, Ive got this chicken legs! 2023

The Disruption Award has been named in honour of our departing Artistic Director, Ben Eyles and will be presented to an artist for an edgy work that responds to politics, or is created in a street style.

Image: Lisa Hogben

Tourism Snowy Mountains PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD –

Image: Lisa Hogben

ENVIRONMENT AWARD – Gordon Litchfield  Serrated Tussock, 2023

The Environment Award recognises the relevance of the work to the Snowy Mountains and is made in response to an environmental issue, the environment itself via realistic, abstract, expressive, symbolic or decorative means.

Image: Lisa Hogben


Thredbo EMERGING ARTIST AWARD – Darcy Alexander Mountain View, 2023
Snowy Hydro YOUTH AWARD – Jessica Hellyar Look Out!!, 2023
Snowy Hydro SCHOOLS AWARD – Alphabet Soup Snowy Mountains Grammar School
Perisher PRIMARY & EARLY CHILDHOOD AWARD – Bug Snowy Mountains Grammar School
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