Artist features in finalists exhibition

Carrie Andrews with her work on exhibition at Waikato Museum.

Cambridge artist Carrie Andrews is one of 52 finalists for the National Contemporary Art Award whose work is currently on display at the Waikato Museum until November 10.

The free exhibition features the top 52 of more than 300 entries which entered into the running for this year’s 20th annual award – won this year by Dunedin-based former Hamilton artist Ayesha Green.

Carrie could still be in the running for the People’s Choice Award, presented to the winner of the most votes by the visiting public during the exhibition.

Details of the exhibition are available at www.waikatomuseum.co.nz. All artworks in the exhibition are available for sale.

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