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Archibald People's Choice Prize 2012 winner Jenny Sages

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Jenny Sages - encaustic artist

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Portrait of grief wins People's Choice

A SELF-portrait by Sydney artist Jenny Sages which reveals her intense grief after losing her husband of 55 years has today won the People's Choice in the Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW.

Untitled or Study for 'Emily Kame Kngwarreye with Lily' by Jenny Sages (b. via National Portrait Gallery Aboriginal Artists, National Portrait Gallery, Indigenous Art, Australian Artists, Woman Face, Art Projects, Lily, Study, Drawings
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Untitled (Study for 'Emily Kame Kngwarreye with Lily'), 1993

Jenny Sages made these drawings as she sat with Emily Kngwarreye and her friend Lily under their 'talking tree'. Emily thought Jenny was as old as she was, and Sages recalls that they sat and talked 'as two 83-year-olds do'. The fifteen works in the series, recording the changing expressions on the Anmatyerre woman's face and her shifts between lively and impassive postures, work together like the storyboard of a film of Emily Kngwarreye. Caption: Sarah Engledow, National Portrait Gallery

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Jenny Sages - King Street Gallery on William

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Archibald Prize Archibald 2011 finalist: My Jack by Jenny Sages Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Photographs Of People, Pictures Of People, National Art School, Modern Pictures, Arts Award, Encaustic Art, Work Inspiration

Archibald Prize Archibald 2011 finalist: My Jack by Jenny Sages

Jenny Sages’s beloved husband, Jack Sages, died on 1 October 2010. ‘For our 55-year marriage I was his woman and he facilitated my need to work in every possible way,’ she says.

Each morning when I wake up I put on my mother's face" a work from Jenny Sages' exhibition. Photo: Mark Mohell not sure of medium, she uses encaustic wax in her landscapes, scratches, gouges and fine powdered pigments Dr Sarah, Abstract Words, Encaustic Art, National Portrait Gallery, Magazine Articles, Australian Artists, Wake Me Up, Face, Landscapes
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Jenny Sages: Paths to Portraiture

The exhibition Sages examines the process of portrait making through four large-scale portraits of women by Jenny Sages, paired with intimate preparatory drawings.

Untitled (Study for 'Emily Kame Kngwarreye with Lily'), 1993 National Portrait Gallery, Working Together, Mark Making, Heart Art, Woman Face, Storyboard, Lily, Caption, Drawings
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Untitled (Study for 'Emily Kame Kngwarreye with Lily'), 1993

Jenny Sages made these drawings as she sat with Emily Kngwarreye and her friend Lily under their 'talking tree'. Emily thought Jenny was as old as she was, and Sages recalls that they sat and talked 'as two 83-year-olds do'. The fifteen works in the series, recording the changing expressions on the Anmatyerre woman's face and her shifts between lively and impassive postures, work together like the storyboard of a film of Emily Kngwarreye. Caption: Sarah Engledow, National Portrait Gallery

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pixels portrait of Kate Grenville by Jenny Sages Aus National a Portrait a Gallery 2012 First Fleet, Bearded Lady, Writing Courses, University Of Colorado, Feature Film, Creative Writing, Good Books, Artist, Painting
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Kate (Kate Grenville), 2012

Kate Grenville (b. 1950), novelist, studied in Sydney and worked as a film editor before spending several years in the UK and Europe, where she began to write. After completing an MA in creative writing at the University of Colorado, she returned to Australia in 1983 and worked at SBS Television’s subtitling unit. In 1984 she published the collection of stories Bearded Ladies. Her novels Lilian's Story (1985) – loosely based on the life of Bea Miles – and Dreamhouse (1986) were both made…

Artist: Jenny Sages: Title: Gloria Tamere Petyarre :: Finalist in the Archibald Prize 2005 :: Art Gallery NSW, Australia. Wax Art, Famous Art, Aboriginal Art, Australian Artists, Sage, Art Gallery, Abstract, Alice Springs, Artwork
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Archibald Prize Archibald 2005 finalist: Gloria Tamere Petyarre by Jenny Sages

Gloria Tamere Petyarre is an acclaimed artist. She was born around 1938 on Atnangker land 270 kilometres north-east of Alice Springs where her father and grandfather were born.

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Sage advice: Background, setting and landscape

Archibald Prize Archibald 2004 finalist: Seeing the lights - Anthony Hopkins artist by Jenny Sages Anthony Hopkins, Organic Shapes, Paper Art, Celebrity, Artists, Lights, Painting, Papercraft, Artist
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Archibald Prize Archibald 2004 finalist: Seeing the lights - Anthony Hopkins artist by Jenny Sages

Anthony Hopkins has painted and drawn all his life and exhibits regularly in Sydney and New York. ‘He sees and feels lights and colour in his head, translating them into organic shapes that ultimately become luminous works of art on paper,’ says Jenny Sages.