Meet the judges...



Louise Feneley



Louise Feneley has a Bachelor of Fine Art – Painting from the South Australian School of Art (1970) and a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) from Adelaide Central School of Art (2002). She has undertaken Master-classes in Advanced Drawing and also Painting in New York City. She is very well respected and considered to be a highly collectable artist. Louise has been a finalist in the Sulman Prize, Blake Prize, Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, the Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize, Portia Geach Portrait Award, EMSLA and the Fleurieu Prize, amongst others, four times receiving Peoples’ Choice Awards. She is included in the Parliament House Collection, Canberra. Other awards include a Commonwealth Scholarship and Arts South Australia Grants. She has taught painting and drawing for many years and currently teaches in the Atelier Program at Adelaide Central School of Art.  Louise is represented by Hill Smith Gallery in Adelaide, SA.  Her work is held in collections in Australia, Japan, Canada, Malaysia and USA.






Peter Goers OAM


Peter Goers OAM loves art. He collects art. Multi-award winning ABC Radio Adelaide broadcaster, “Sunday Mail” columnist (27 years) and he has worked in the theatre since 1971. Recently he played the Narrator in “The Rocky Horror Show” at the Festival Theatre where he is also honoured with a star in the Walk Of Fame. His 2018 Fringe show is called “Hard Rubbish” and he has been made a Distinguished Alumni of Flinders University.






Emma Hack




Emma Hack is a South Australian artist working in the unique medium of body paint installation and photography. 


Exhibiting extensively throughout Australia since 1999, Emma's astounding artowrks have since captured the attention of collectors and art lovers worldwide. Emma has received great acclaim for her refined body paint camouflage technique; through a combination of painting on canvas, body painting and studio-based photography, her work evokes a rich array of visual narrative and magical realism.

Emma Hack’s collaboration with Grammy award winning musician Gotye resulted in the iconic, award winning music video for Somebody That I Used to Know, which has been viewed by over 700 million people worldwide, raising her profile in the US, UK and Europe. Emma has since worked on major artistic commissions for luxury brands and the artistic community including her 'Madame Hanoi’ portrait, currently the largest body art mural in the world, standing at 8m in height, gracing the walls of Celebrity Chef, Nic Watt’s restaurant of the same name in Adelaide.

Emma Hack opened her own, flagship gallery and studio in 2014 -2016 in her hometown of Adelaide.  The gallery is now mobile with many pop-ups planned throughout Australia and art fairs worldwide. Emma is represented by galleries throughout Australia, in London, New York, Taipei and Hong Kong. Her work is held in numerous private and corporate collections globally. 









































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