ENTRIES FROMS CLOSE: Thursday, 12 MARCH 2020  at 6pm
EXHIBITS DUE TO SHOW HALL BY: Thursday,  12 MARCH 2020 at 6pm
ENTRIES & PRIZES TO BE COLLECTED: 4.30pm Show day from the Section
PRIZE MONEY:  1st: $5     2nd: $2.50
CONVENOR:  Donna Farmilo  P: 0411 099 217

All work must have been executed during the five years prior to the Show.

Any exhibit previously gaining a First Prize at Tanunda Show is not eligible for entry and will be disqualified. All work must be original and not copied from works of art. Please provide wire for hanging.

Exhibits to remain until 4.30pm, at which time ENTRY FORMS MUST be produced when collecting exhibits, prize money and trophies from Art Section

MOST OUTSTANDING EXHIBIT with a Barossa Valley Theme

Judging criteria – Visual strength with distinct Barossa theme

Trophy kindly donated by CHARLES MELTON WINES


Judging criteria – Visual strength, colour dynamics and boldness

Trophy kindly donated by COLIN GRAMP


Judging criteria – Visual strength, intensity, mood and immediate appeal

Voucher kindly donated by THE BAROSSA CO-OP

  1. Landscape, any medium
  2. Barossa Valley Theme, any medium
  3. Abstract, any medium
  4. Still Life, any medium
  5. Portrait, any medium
  6. Animal or Bird Study, any medium
  7. Architectural or Building Study, any medium
  8. Garden or Nature Study, any medium
  9. Prints or Drawings- MUST be mounted on board if unframed
  10. Any Other Study, any medium, any material
  11. Digital Painting – Using Adobe, Corel or associate computer painting programs. Artworks must be original works NOT photographs using filters. Final presentation, any size greater than A4, printed onto quality reproduction paper and MUST be appropriately mounted.
  12. Mixed Media – any subject using multiple materials
  13. Sculpture – any subject
  14. Metalwork – any subject using metal


Winner determined by public vote of ALL artworks entered

in the Art section. Voting slips & entry box in Art Section

Winner announced at approximately 4pm

 Prize: $50 Voucher & Trophy kindly donated by TONY & DONNA FARMILO