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Peoples Choice Award Winner Announced

Peoples Choice Award Winner Announced

15th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2006

The votes have been tallied and the people have spoken.

This year's winner of the Peoples Choice Award is Auckland artist Martin Ball
Martin receives $500 cash.

Martin Ball
'Look'
Oil on canvas
2100 x 1500mm

The exhibition of winners and finalists is open for public viewing at the Aotea Centre until 18 October.
It will then relocate to Pataka Gallery in Porirua where it will be open for public viewing from 30 October 2006 to 6 February 2007.

A Salon de Refusés, comprising finalists not selected by the judging panel for the main exhibition, is open for public until 18 October at The Wallace Arts Trust Gallery, 305 Queen Street, Auckland City.

Images and details of the winners of the 2006 Awards are available on our website - www.wallaceartstrust.org.nz

ENDS


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