Hampton Art Exhibition
The Hampton Festival provides an outlet for the work of both professional and up and coming visual, performance, vocal and craft artists through the Hampton Art Exhibition. The festival is committed to fostering further development of the arts in the local community.
The Hampton Art Exhibition is an important way to foster local talent and has runs concurrently with the Festival. It continues to offer a wonderful opportunity for prominent and emerging artists living within a 50km radius of Hampton to present their work to an audience of thousands.
Hampton Art Exhibition 2018
2018 Hampton Festival USQ Artsworx Bursary winner - Karen Danielle's work titles 'Nature Unfolds' with Art Exhibition Coordinator, Peter Bright.
Winner of the USQ Artworx Bursary
Karen Danielle - 'Nature Unfolds'
- Lynette Hughes - 'Nockatunga Muster'
- Rosalind Mason - 'It Is Winter'
- Donna Mitchell - 'Two Pumpkins'
- Di Hanson - 'Rainbow Flourite'
- Lyn Johnson - 'Having a Rest'
- Margaret Shaw - 'Spawning'
People’s Choice – Lyn Johnson - 'Having a Rest'
Hangers’ Prize – Frank Mc Cormick - 'Morning Light'
This exhibition has been running in conjunction with the Hampton Festival for 16 years. It is an opportunity for artists residing within a 50km radius of Hampton to display and sell their work to the public.
Chris Postle – 2018 Judge
Chris is a multiple award winning professional artist. He was a finalist in the Waterhouse Art History prize in Adelaide, multiple prize winner in the Darcy Doyle Art prize on the Gold Coast, Champion picture and Best local artist at Immanuel Art Fest. His work is diversified and he is prolific in many different styles and techniques, traditional, impressionist and contemporary.
Winner of the Hanger's Prize at the 2018 Hampton Art Exhibition - Frank McCormick with the purchaser of the painting J.Griffiths.