Little Sellers Art Prize 2020

The Little Sellers Art Prize is an annual competition for aspiring local artists aged 5 to 18. Established in 2016 as a satellite event for the prestigious $20,000 biennial Basil Sellers Art Prize, the Little Sellers Art Prize provides an authentic exhibition experience to emerging artists in Eurobodalla.

Each year entrants are asked to create an artwork reflecting a theme, interpreting it in a way that is meaningful to them while demonstrating creativity and imagination. The theme this year was  ‘North, south, east and west…’

The Little Sellers Art Prize is supported by Mr Basil Sellers AM and Eurobodalla Shire Council’s Creative Arts, Youth and Children’s Services teams.

Prizes

Entries are divided into four age categories:

  • ages 5 – 8
  • ages 9 – 12
  • ages 13 – 15
  • ages 16 – 18

The winner for each category will receive a $50 voucher to art supply store Amanda’s of Mogo, and runners-up will receive $30 vouchers. The overall winner of the Little Sellers Art Prize, chosen from the four category winners, will receive $200 from art collector, patron and philanthropist Mr Basil Sellers AM.

In addition, all entries are in the running to win:

  • Eurobodalla Children’s Award of $75 (under 12 years)
  • Eurobodalla Youth Award of $75 (12 to 18 years)

The three major prize winner’s artwork will be acquired by Council and form part of the permanent collection.

2020 winners and finalists

Ages 5 to 8


Ages 9 to 12


Ages 13 to 15


Ages 16 to 18


Major Prize Winner

Courtni Whittaker – Different Places to Go and See

Eurobodalla Children’s Award Winner

Iona Lola Kelly – Travels in the Mind

Eurobodalla Youth Award Winner

Makadde Ethell – The Adventurer’s Compass

Winners announcement

 
The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre recognises Aboriginal people as the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Eurobodalla and respects their enduring cultural and spiritual connection to it. The Bas acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land in which we live and pays respect to Elders past, present and future.