Waterhouse Art Prize winners

The Waterhouse is Australia’s richest prize for Natural History Art, boasting a total prize pool of $107,500. Each year entries are invited in three categories: Paintings, Works on Paper and Sculpture & Objects. Tasmanian Michael McWilliams has been named overall winner of the 2008 Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize for his painting Bandicoot Playground.

You can see the winning artworks here. There's always some surprises and some interesting artworks in this show. The exhibition of finalists and winners will be on display from 10am until 5pm every day until 7th September 2008 in the ETSA Utilities Gallery at the South Australian Museum.