Winner at Rotorua Art Awards

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Winner at Rotorua Art Awards

BFA Year 4 student Sarah Ziessen was recently named as the Rotorua Museum Emerging Artist for her work Positive Atrophy. She won $1000 for her work, which she described as “bringing together the traditions of abstract painting with the shapes of the natural world”. The winners were chosen from 130 works entered by 98 artists from across the Bay of Plenty, selected in a blind judging process, based purely on the merits of the artworks.

Right: Sarah Ziessen, Positive Atropy

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