Jennifer Keeler-Milne and Paul S. Miller – Finalists in 2023 Paddington Art Prize

Image above: Jennifer Keeler-Milne Rainforest 2022  oil on linen, polyptych41 x 217 cm

Congratulations to Jennifer Keeler-Milne and Paul S. Miller, who have been selected as finalists in the 2023 Paddington Art Prize.

The Paddington Art Prize is a National acquisitive prize, awarded annually for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape. The prize encourages the interpretation of the landscape as a significant contemporary genre, its long tradition in Australian painting as a key contributor to our national ethos, and is a positive initiative in private patronage of the arts in Australia.

Opening Night and Prize Presentation:
Thursday 12 October 6pm – 8pm
Cooee Art Leven Gallery
17 Thurlow St, Redfern NSW

View the online Exhibition of Finalists via the Paddington Art Prize website here.

Image above: Paul S. Miller  Highland Pool on the Way to Bowral  egg tempera on panel  120 x 120 cm

Paul S. Miller – Commended in FLOW Contemporary Watercolour Prize

Image above: Paul S. Miller Near the Cascades 2023 watercolour on paper 94 x 124 cm

Congratulations to Paul S. Miller who has been commended for his work Near the Cascades in the 2023 FLOW Contemporary Watercolour Prize at Wollongong Art Gallery.

Congratulations also to Danielle Creenaune, Michelle Hiscock and Stephanie Monteith who were selected as finalists and whose works are now exhibited along with Paul S. Miller’s in the FLOW Art Prize Exhibition.

Above: Danielle Creenaune  Veil Song 4  watercolour on paper

Above: Michelle Hiscock   After the fire and flooding rains came new life  2022  watercolour and gouache on paper  42 x 89 cm



Above: Stephanie Monteith Drawing 2021  watercolour, acrylic and pencil on paper  100 x 75.5 cm

This National Contemporary Watercolour Prize is a biennial competition open to artists from around Australia. The prize aims to encourage innovation and experimentation in watercolour painting, including works on paper in watercolour, acrylic, gouache, pen and ink, and watercolour mixed media. ​​

Exhibition on view until 17 March 2024
Visit Wollongong Art Gallery for more information.

Andrew Antoniou and Paul S. Miller – Finalists in 2022 KAAF Art Prize

Andrew Antoniou  Surprise Party  2022  charcoal and conte  90 x 140 cm. 

Andrew Antoniou and Paul S. Miller have been selected as finalists in the Korea-Australia Arts Foundation (KAAF) Art Prize for their works Surprise Party and The Last Communique/A Self Portrait. 

Paul S. Miller  The Last Communique/A Self Portrait  2021-22  watercolour on paper  144 x 136 cm.

The KAAF Art Prize is an annual art prize that aims to foster multiculturalism within Australian society by bringing artists together from diverse ethnicities. In its 9th year, the KAAF Art Prize is open themed, and accepting of a range of mediums on two-dimensional formats. Acquisitive and non-acquisitive cash prizes totalling $24,000 are up for grabs.

The finalists exhibition and awards ceremony will be held at the Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) Australia.


Korea-Australia Arts Foundation (KAAF) Art Prize
Korean Cultural Centre Australia
Ground Floor, 255 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2000
25 November 2022 – 27 January 2023

Award Announcement: Friday 25 November