On Friday, September 22, Penny Mason was awarded the TasArt 2017 award for her painting Eddystone Point Tidal Pool. It was described by the judges as "a gentle, beautiful contemplation of a tiny world teeming with abstract creatures interacting and bursting with life"
A decolonial geographic, an exhibition of work by Richard Bell, Jon Cattapan, Juan Davila, Kerry Gregan, Raafat Ishak, Penny Mason, Alex Pittendrigh, Jessica Rankin, Judy Watson, Megan Walch and Ruth Waller is currently presented at Devonport Regional Gallery.
A Ten Days on the Island Festival Program Exhibition, the exhibition runs from March 19 until April 30.
Winner - Mancell TasArt Prize, Major Open Award
Finalist - Hadley's Art Prize
Finalist - Bay of Fires Art Prize
Finalist - Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize
Floating Worlds, an exhibition of twenty three of my recent works, including a wallpapered panel, was presented in Novemeber at RAFT south gallery in Argyle St Hobart (above Franklin restaurant). Now over.
Moving Pieces, an exhibition of my recent works, was presented in August at Sawtooth Gallery in Launceston. Now over.
Re-Collection, an exhibition of work by Sue Henderson, Penny Mason, Anne Morrison and Sue Pickering opens at 146 - ArtSpace, Hobart on Thursday, July 28 from 5.30 pm - 7.00 pm. Now over.
Finalist - Yinnar Biennial Drawing Prize
Finalist - Tidal: City of Devonport National Art Award
Finalist - National Works on Paper Award - Mornington, Vic
Finalist - Moreton Bay Region Art Awards - Two dimensional, Pine Rivers, Qld
Finalist - Swan Hill Print & Drawing Award, 2016 Swan Hill, Vic
Finalist - 39th Alice Prize, 2016, Alice Springs, NT
In October, 2015, Penny Mason is presenting “Space Junk”, “Hollows” and “Moving Pieces” alongside works by Sue Henderson, Anne Morrison and Susan Pickering for “Re-imagined, Artist and the Collection” at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston, Tasmania. Exhibition concluded February 2016.
In September, 2015, Sue Henderson, David Marsden and Penny Mason collaborating as art3, presented “Bring Us Your Doors” at Sawtooth Gallery, Launceston.