Art and jazz prove a great mix

THE tiny town of Wallabadah is still abuzz after staging another successful Art and All That Jazz Festival.

The seventh annual event featured a buffet of art and music and saw guests come from all over the region.

Organised by the Wallaby Art Group, the event included music from Champagne 

Charlie’s Jazz Band and harpist Leeann Flynn.

The art winners for 2014 were: Nancy Hunt (Ken Nelson Memorial Prize), Narelle 

Nelson (printmaking), Michael Page (oil/acrylic), Lindy Currie  (pastel), Lynn Corbett (watercolour), Sue Langston (any other medium), Diane Crowe (photography), Robbie Hartigan (youth photography), Maurice Scanlon (ceramics) and Alice Hartigan won the new sculpture section.

The children’s sections were won by Shelby Davidson, Elijah Debenham, and Savahana Slamczewski.

The Packer’s Prize went to Penelope Shephard and Michael Page received the People’s Choice Award. 

Judges Stephen King and Julia Griffin both commented on the high standard of the work on display and also the wide variety mediums and styles. 

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