Excerpt from The Advertiser
CHIEF ARTS WRITER PATRICK MCDONALD THE ADVERTISER JULY 19, 2013 11:45AM
An intricate lace cape created with bulbs, leaves and paper by Lynton artist Judith Brown has won the SA Museum’s $50,000 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize.
All except one of this year’s category winners were also from South Australia, even though the 101 finalists include entrants from all over Australia and around the world.
Ms Brown said her winning work, Flight of Fancy, was inspired by nature’s beauty.
“Nature’s recurring seasons of growth, perfection, decline and renaissance are a gift to us all,” she said.
Re-posted from The Advertiser July 19 2013