The Dobell Festival of Art and Craft will return for it's 42nd year in 2018.. The 2017 Festival attracted over 320 original works of Art (an increase of over 40% on last year) and hundreds of quality hand-made Craft items. 
Wangi Lions Club is confident 2018 will again be a record year for quantity and quality of local art and craft.
Entry forms can be downloaded from links at the bottom of this page.


The Dobell Prize for 2017 was awarded to Peter Gallagher for his oil painting "Winter Sea Mist"

Our Winners for 2017 were as follows;
Oil - Acrylic
First Prize 'Daily' by Gaye Shield
Highly Commended - 'Beyond Leura' by Graham Cox
'Men Playing Chess' by Trudy Davison
'Wangi Wangi' by Vanessa Farrow
First Prize 'Old Mine Near Kalgoorlie' by Carolyn Thornely
Highly Commended 'Man and Dog' by Ian Mattila
'Forest' by Jill Campbell
Mixed Media
First Prize 'The Drover' by Rob Spedding
Highly Commended 'View From Scotts Head' by Jayne Pinkerton-Frost
'Thru the Flowers' by Black Crow Walking
First Prize 'Howard' by Kay McFarlane Smith
Highly Commended 'Charlotte' by Stephanie Macfarlane
Youth 13 -18
First Prize 'untitled' by Teghan O'Breirne
Encouragment Award 'Peeking Parrot' by Kirra Palmer
Youth Under 13
First Prize 'The Deep' by Ethen Bickford
Encouragement Award 'Big Blue' by Mia Cooper
Craft Section Awards
Needlework - Knitting 
Audrey Schuemaker
Claire Locker-Potter
Vicki Donald
Anna Adnum
Peter Horn - Woodwork

2018 Festival Dates

Opening Night Friday 4th May 2018 7:30pm
Saturday 5th May 10:00am to 4:00pm
Sunday 6th May 10:00am to 3:30pm
Wangi District Workers Club
11-19 Market St. Wangi Wangi NSW.




Contact Trish 4975 2008 or Stephanie 4975 5133

Download Art Conditions of Entry

Download Art Tags for Paintings
Download Art Entry Form - Entries close 5th April, 2018


   Contact Di 4975 1777

Download Craft Conditions of Entry
Download Craft Entry Form  - Entries close 20th April 2018


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