Body Art Though the Lens is a Winning Exhibition

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Rosemary Beard Photo Print

The Australian Body Art Festival Photo Exhibition, “Body Art Through the Lens” which is currently on show at the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre offers up a hugely impressive body of work from 14 photographers that took photos during the festival in April.  The exhibition runs until 23 May and Noosa Council Mayor Tony Wellington judged the photographs which was a very difficult task as the standard was so exceptional.

The winners received their prizes at Cooroy Fusion Festival last Saturday.  Rosemary Beard won the Print Category which was presented by Barrie Adams for sponsor, Arts & Culture Eumundi. Owen Lyell won the Digital Art Category sponsored by Cooroy RSL and Heather Knowles received a Highly Commended award sponsored by Cooroy Fusion Festival.  

One final winning photo is yet to be announced with the public voting on their favourite photo in the exhibition which will be announced at the end of the exhibition.

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