9×5 Landscape Prize 2018

A spontaneous response to the landscape.

2018 First Prize Yukultji by Hayley King


2018 Prize Winners Announced

First Prize            
Hayley King, Yukultji

Second Prize
Sue Rowsell, Bush Landscape

Highly Commended 
Vanessa Rowe, Still

Christopher Wray, Winter Afternoon Richmond

Toni McDowell, Paper Bark Forest, Centennial Park

Ann Gordon, Everything but you (Queens Park)

Julie Purcell, Grandad’s Shed

Susan Jacobsen, Dandry Gorge 2018

View the Finalists Gallery
View the 2018 Prize Winner Gallery
View the Exhibition Catalogue


First Name Last Name Artwork 1 Title
Janet Ambrose Sarina Valley, en Plein Aire
Neil Binnie Ogden Street Shadow
Rachel Bolton Iron Cove
Natalie Brown Looking
Fiona Buchanan Windy Harbour
Annabel Butler Lake George
Helen Caldwell Paperbark promenade Ross River
Jenny Campbell Waters edge
Voula Christopoulos Ivanhoe Station
Pete Conroy Red Barn (Southern Highlands)
Lynn Cook warm day, Marrickville backyard, 1
Benedicte Cruysmans In search of poppies
Sophie Dalgleish Orage
Margaret Dix Road trip 2018 style – bushfires and the NBN
Jill Dunkerton Evening sky
Peta Dzubiel Approaching Rain Narrabeen Inlet
Coco Elder When Autumn came to spring
Caroline Esbenshade Seascape 2
Joshua Fartch Merri Creek, Coburg
Renuka Fernando Hinterland dusk
Werner Filipich Pretty Beach
Lynne Flemons Afternoon Delight
Amanda Fuller On golden soil
Brianna Gadeley A sunset inside a frame
David Garton Gymea Station city side
Kathryn Geldard Samford Valley to Mt Nebo
Catherine Giles Aloha Bondi
Ingeborg Girgensohn Outback 1
Ann Gordon Everything but you (Queens Park)
Keroshin Govender Camperdown
Holly Guinness The View from the Loo with 2 green frogs
Nicole Guymer On the road to Auburn
Janette Hanrahan Tree Talk 2
Lynne Hauer Sun setting
Merran Hughes Pool deck at Ben Buckler
Marek Hurburt Sunny Day
Lilianne Ivins September Dusk
Susan Jacobsen Dandry Gorge 2018
steven jankovic Reagans Pool, Handcock Gorge, Kirijini NP WA
Diane Jones The Park
Bronwen Jones Maria
Pooja Kaul Mt.Tomah Botanical Garden
Margaret Keenan Clandulla
Miranda Kichenside Church Narrow Gate
Hayley King Yukultji
Ros Lajoie Going Home
Luce Lopez The Sunburt Country
Graham Marchant From Fitroy Park
Brian Mazlin Dunes
Naomi Mccurdie Across the way Wollongong Steelworks
Julie McCurry Near Broken Hill
Toni McDowell Paper bark forest Centennial Park
Kevin McKay Railway bridge – Sutherland
Margaret McLoughlin Gulf Road Vineyard Yarra Glen
Margaret McLoughlin Thermopylae Farm Grampians Vic
Elizabeth Mead Kooragang Wetlands
Margaret Mills McCarrs Creek 1
Anna Miocic The Henry Head Battery
Adam Newpoff East Sydney
Kerrie Ninni Hills of Ogunbil NSW
Lisa Nolan Lake Learmonth and Canola Fields
Marea Ornelas Magpie Lark’s Willows
Yasmin Paterson The View towards the Quarry, Halett Cove
Eve Pitt Bushfire Detritus
Alexandra Plim Windy Harbour
David Puckeridge The Pink Tower
Julie Purcell Grandad’s Shed
Annette Raff Broadwater Reflections
Asha Ram The Eastern shore
Gemma Rasdall Balmain Waterfront
Vicki Ratcliff Kimberly Glow
Donna Ravenscroft Coastal Images
Sue Rawlinson Near Uluru, N.T.
Christine Read It’s bin collection day in our street’
Mellissa Read-Devine Erythrina By The Harbour
Dee Roberts Folly Point
Christina Rofe Birds-eye view of Waverley Oval
Clare Rose Before the leaving
Vanessa Rowe Still
Vanessa Rowe Bondi Sliver
Sue Rowsell Bush Landscape
Ingrid Russell Dust Storm and Drought
Nigel Rynne Kingston Road
Penny Sadubin Minnamurra River Inlet, dusk
Phillip Sayers A dwelling at night in Alphington
Andrew Scarborough Bondi Icebergs
Justin Scivetti Outback (En route to Menindee)
Evan Shipard First Light, Dover Heights
leora sibony Approach
Ross Skinner Across Shark Bay
Kate Smiley Badangi Reserve
Teresa Smith Winter Storm 1
Alex Snellgrove Windy morning, Coogee
Karen Stephens Sidetracked, Looking at Olley’s Horizon
Fleur Stevenson White Bay Power Station
Elizabeth Sullivan Waterhole, Northern Territory
Paul Tavuzzi Pokolbin Forest
Wendy Tsai McReas Paddock early morning
Amanda Van Gils Yearning – Mount Tamborine
Fiona Verity Road Tripping
Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad Bombo Beach
Patrice Wills Land of The Long White Cloud
Andrea Wilson Spring
Christopher Wray Winter Afternoon, Richmond. Oil on board.
Sarah Wyatt Into the Garden
Zuza Zochowski Port Kembla Rd 2018

Following in the footsteps of impressionists Streeton, Roberts, Condor and McCubbin, in 2016 we launched our inaugural 9×5 Landscape Prize.  Entry in the 9×5 Prize may be paintings in any medium, including oil, acrylic or watercolour. The theme is open.

Prizes: The 9×5 First Prize: $1,000. The 9×5 Second Prize: $500

Entries Open 1st August at 9am

Entries Close Midday October 2nd **

Entry fee is $30, maximum 3 entries per person. Each entry includes one 9×5 board*

Please note: Entry is a 2 step process.

  1. Registration: Fill in the registration form and pay $30 per entry. You can choose to collect your board/s or have them sent to you**. You will receive a confirmation email with details of how to submit an image of your completed artwork and a link to submit an image of your artwork.
  2. Submission: Click on the link provided to you and upload an image of your artwork/s.

2018 Judges are Peter Griffen and Sam Dickerson.

Image:  Winner 9×5 2017: Andrea Wilson, Cockatoo Island

Conditions of Entry

*postage additional $8