I first entered the Watershed Art Prize in 2009. The Prize encourages awareness of water as a precious resource and significant environmental management issue.
The entry that was shortlisted for this theme was a studio shot of a rusty old sprinkler I bought from a junk shop. At the time I was doing a photographic series on water conservation as water restrictions were being applied in suburban Adelaide.
I have now entered the Watershed Art Prize for a second time and have been shortlisted with my image Clear Springs Mosaic that featured in the SALA Festival last year, but was produced within 12 months of the last Watershed exhibition.
The Watershed Art Prize is open from April 28 to 2 June 2017. More details at the Watershed Art Prize web page.