The Inglis Equine Art Prize is on again in 2012. Showcasing the greatest thoroughbred artwork from around the globe this year’s competition theme is ‘At the Track’.
Created by Inglis Deputy Chairman Arthur Inglis in association with Australian Art Sales Director Mike Coward to protect and promote thoroughbred art, the Inglis Equine Art Prize is the only one of its kind in Australia.
Prizemoney of $18,000 is set to attract entries from some of the world’s foremost artists in this arena.
The inaugural Inglis Equine Art Prize in 2011 was won by Kristin Hardiman from Thornleigh, NSW. The local artist beat a pool of entries from across the globe with her touching portrayal of a protective mare and her foal titled “Mother and Daughter”.
Hardiman painted it at Everton Stud in Victoria and captivated the judges for its sensitivity to the subject and the location.
The 2012 Inglis Equine Art Prize theme will be ‘At the Track’. Entry details and times for public viewing at Inglis Newmarket, Oaklands and Scone can be viewed at: