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Dobell Prize for Drawing 2002

There were 677 drawings entered in the 2002 Dobell Prize for Drawing, which were judged by a guest judge, artist Jan Senbergs (himself a Dobell winner in 1995). Mary Tonkin’s monumental drawing was the largest artwork to be awarded the prize.

  • Suzanne Archer - Still night
  • Godwin Bradbeer - Cartoon for Goliath/Goliath
  • Angela Brennan - Shanghai/Beijing
  • John Caldwell - Harbour elements
  • Judy Cassab - Temple, Udaipur
  • eX de Medici - Bardo (ex)
  • David Fairbairn - The patient SA
  • Graham Fransella - Seated figure
  • Joe Furlonger - The coal loader
  • George Gittoes - Night journey
  • Pam Hallandal - Portrait
  • Katherine Hattam - Rodchenko's tea pot
  • Don Heron - Landscape, Glen Alpin
  • Christopher Horder - Mill town II
  • Deborah Klein - Impostor
  • Amina McConnell - Nude self-portrait
  • Ted May - Hybrid
  • Sallie Moffatt - Self-portrait, after Vermeer, triptych
  • Daniel Moynihan - Celtic tigerman in Paris
  • Jenny Sages - Red shoes from Vinnies
  • Nina Sellars - Untitled triptych
  • Wendy Sharpe - Couple with red dress
  • Arlene Textaqueen - Did you get bitten? (Raquel Ormella)
  • Aida Tomescu - Marea neagra IV
  • Mary Tonkin - Rocky outcrop, Werribee Gorge (Winner: Dobell Prize for Drawing 2002)
  • David Warren - Reclining male nude in front of a black screen