Piers Greville selected as a finalist for the Glover Prize

February 14, 2019

Piers Greville has been announced as a finalist in the Glover Prize 2019 for his work ‘Pedder Prime Cuts’. The prize celebrates the legacy of John Glover and has become one of Australia’s most significant awards for landscape painting. It is awarded annually for the work judged the best contemporary landscape painting of Tasmania. The Glover Prize is acquisitive and selected from around 40 works chosen by judges Barry Keldoulis, Joan Ross and Janet Carding. The paintings themselves will be revealed in an exhibition that opens on Friday 8 March in the historic Falls Park pavilion, Evandale. The Prize will be open to the public until Sunday 17 March. In Sydney, you can view Piers’ work at DMG as the winner of the annual VCA Award until Thursday 21 February.






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