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Dogwood Crossing Gallery, Miles QLD Australia

(Open to the public with Covid-19 restrictions)

The Stencil Art Prize is a touring exhibition of the world’s biggest, best and most daring artists that use the technique of cutting stencil layers, and painting a design.

CUT: 10 Years of the Stencil Art Prize

NEW RELEASE BOOK 

OUT NOW!

At just $50 (AUD), CUT: 10 Years of the Stencil Art Prize features hundreds of full colour stencil artworks, artist profiles and interviews with Prize winners. At a generous 28cm x 23cm, this hardcopy high quality coffee table book is a must have for street art fans.

Beginning in 2009 as a local prize featuring just 12 Australian stencil artists, CUT follows the history of the first decade of the Prize, which has since grown into an international phenomenon with upwards of 70 finalists from 25 + countries and impressive Australian touring schedule.

“The Stencil Art Prize book shows that stencil cannot be described as a style any longer, but as a technique with infinite possibilities. The variety of artworks shown in this work, from pure abstraction to hyperrealism, will help to prove that stencilling is more than just a masking tool to paint over and through. Clearly, stencil art delivers the most beautiful and diverse results, as showcased here. I imagine it was challenging deciding every year, who, among these incredible artists, presented the best artwork.” C215

“This book is an excellent insight into the Australian stencil art movement as well as showcasing some of the best stencil artists from here and abroad. CUT is a 10-year journey from humble beginnings to great successes.” HA-HA

CUT will be shipped to Pozible crowdfund supporters who purchased presale books and we are contacting individual supporters to update postage addresses.

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2019 WINNER ANNOUNCED

 Congratulations to Edward Woodley from Sydney who has won the 2019 Stencil Art Prize with his artwork ‘Eternal Spirit – 2’ (pictured below). The artwork is stencilled enamel paint on brass sheeting which was then hand bent & distorted, to add a three dimensional quality to the work.

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