Victor Harbor Art Show

A huge thank you to our new and repeat sponsors, with out your support we would not be able to hold the Art Show. We are now getting close to finding out who will win the naming rights to the 2020 Show. All will be revealed on Wednesday 11th September when we hold the entertaining draw. Good luck to all our fantastic Corporate Sponsors.

Posted by Rotary Club of Victor Harbor Art Show on Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Victor Harbor Art Show

Closeup section of A Nice Place To BeRosemary Hubble

The Rotary Club of Victor Harbor’s Annual Art Show is a very special event as it continues to grow in strength and popularity. In 2020 it will be the Rotary Club of Victor Harbor 41st Art Show and it has become an integral part of the culture of Victor Harbor and many people look forward each year to the event.

The Art Show is Australia’s largest outdoor art exhibition. It continues to break all records, with the sales of artwork in excess of $300,000, over 10,000 people attending the event over nine days viewing in excess of 1,600 paintings on display.

The Art Show is held in a marquee on Warland Reserve, Victor Harbor, SA during January each year during the towns’ peak tourism period. Over 300 paintings are couriered from interstate, recognising the event as a highly regarded art exhibition.


Onkaparinga Mouth 2Robert Dennis

Victor Harbor Art Show 2020

The next Victor Harbor Art Show will take place on Saturday 11 January and run until Saturday 18 January 2020

With the opening preview night being held on Friday 10 January 2020

The show is open to the public daily from:
9.30 am to 8.30 pm

General Admission per person: $8
Payable at the door with unlimited re-entry with pass out.

Children under 16 years: Free 

For information please contact: 
Art Show Committee Chair: Tim Shierlaw on 0410 554 065 

Or visit the dedicated Rotary Art Show website at: www.victorharborartshow.com.au


Congratulations to the Artists who won Awards in 2019

Corporate Award – Best of Show – Non Acquisitive

Ross PatersonSummer Light, Strathbogies$12,500

Acquisitive Awards

Tom
O’Callaghan 
DetourCity of Victor Harbor
Gold Award
$5,000
Lorraine
Burns
Summer Blooms
With Blue
Wes & Susan Seja
Platinum Award
$5,000
Di KingSeen Better DaysRNI Constructions
Gold Award
$2,500
Angelo
Quabba
Gum Leaves
With Plums
South Coast Sand & Civil
Gold Award
$2,250
Peter
Snelgar
Petrel Cove SA (5)Shed Boss Fleurieu
Silver Award
$1,750
Nancy
Thurlby
A Moment In TimeSMP Chartered
Accountants

Silver Award
$1,500
Janis
Lawler
Western PlainsAEP Health Group
Bronze Award
$1,000
Lorraine
Burns
Surfs Up!Fran Gerard
Bronze Award
$750

Non Acquisitive Awards

Paul WhiteheadJonathanSoftfoot Marsupial
Sanctuary Award
$750
Tom O’Callaghan DetourPeoples Choice Award$500

Gallery

The Art Show promotes local and interstate artists, allowing them the opportunity to display and sell their art work. Below is a small glimpse into the quality of work you can expect to see at this year’s show:



Gallery Credits

Top Row
Dragon QueenMartin Burns
Rockpool Mishka Ammann
Heading to the Deep Madeleine Elkin

Bottom Row
Horseshoe BayRichard John
Summer HolidayAlison Flew
Fleurieu Cloud ShadowClinton Hahbib


Become a Sponsor…

 The benefits of a show such as this are varied and many. Not only have raised over $1.5 million dollars for local, national and overseas projects, and we have given many artists the opportunity to display their talents and sell their work.
 The growing success of the Art Show can be attributed to the continuing support of our sponsors, volunteers, artists, The City of Victor Harbor and the local community. Such a large undertaking would not be possible without our sponsors.


Mission Statement

To provide an event that promotes both local and interstate artists allowing them the opportunity to display and sell their art work.

To enable the Rotary Club of Victor Harbor to raise funds to inject many thousands of dollars into our local community, to humanitarian projects overseas and to Australian Rotary Health, a Rotary initiative providing much needed grants, scholarships and research into a wide range of medical conditions and mental health for Australians.