The Access Artybald Prize
Portraiture by western Sydney’s most exciting, diverse artists.
The Access Artybald Prize is coming to Blacktown!
A portrait painting competition and exhibition facilitated by Ability Options’ Front Up Studios, The Access Artybald Prize is a celebration of western Sydney’s most exciting, diverse artists.
Open to artists with diverse abilities who live, work or study in greater western Sydney, The Access Artybald Prize was first exhibited at Front Up Studios in May 2022, before travelling to Wollongong Art Gallery and landing at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre this September.
The Access Artybald Prize was created in conjunction with Archibald Prize at Art Gallery of NSW.
See Artybald in the City for the public art program.
Artists and artworks
Bec Hogan, When the sun gets in your eyes
Brad Seymour, Anonymous
Bradley Dunnbier, Bradley and School Friends
Brendan Abarca, Self Portrait and Spaceship (COMMENDED)
Casey Gray, The only expression allowable in great portraiture is the expression of character and moral quality, not anything temporary, fleeting, or accidental
Celia Featherstone, A Painting of one’s inner self
Chris Whiticker, Chris (COMMENDED)
Dale Ryan, Mysterious Lady at Fireworks
Digby Webster, Alfie (COMMENDED)
Ebony Wightman, A Person of Note (COMMENDED)
Emmanuel Asante, Gloria
Garth Alamangos, Untitled
Grazia Napoletano, Picasso
Greg Druett, Greg in the Christmas bush
Harry J Dogra, The Process (COMMENDED)
Jasmine Stanley-Dawson, The voice in my head
Joseph Barale, Father
Joseph Caruana, MR.
Kevin Finlayson, My Portrait
Khyati Gathani, I am listening
Linda Ogonowski, A process of acceptance (COMMENDED)
Luke Faint, Something About Luke
Maddison Plain, Butterfly Heart
Marie Kinsella, Robyn Kemp
Miah Tito-Barratt, Exploring (HIGHLY COMMENDED)
Renae Curran, What is Behind the Mask?
Renee Allara, Unconditional
Robyn Kemp, Resurrection of Jesus AKA Joseph
Simone Robertson, Self Portrait, Freedom
Susan Oxenham, So Fragile Around The Edges
Taylah Devlin, Lucky Girl (WINNER)
Tim Martin, Self-Cemetery (HIGHLY COMMENDED)
Trudie Potter, The Lost Lenore
Virginia Bucknell, Yonit by my side
The Access Artybald Prize is proudly funded by the NSW Government through Create NSW and supported by Art Gallery of NSW in association with Blacktown City Council and Blacktown Arts.