The 51st Annual Kimberley Art and Photographic Prize winners have been announced!

Published on Wednesday, 6 July 2022 at 11:22:12 AM

On Saturday 2nd July, over 250 people attended the Opening night of KAPP 2022.

This year saw over 200 entries across 13 categories. Congratulations to this year’s winners.

A number of events are being held during 3 – 16 July 2022 including workshops with local artists and morning teas. Event information can be found here.


Photographic Prize – OVERALL WINNER
“The Red Road” by Phillip MacKenzie

“To Your Scattered Bodies Go” by Michael MacRae


Photographic Prize - Landscapes
Sponsored by : Kimberley Ports Authority
“Painted Sky” by Belinda Cook

Photographic Prize - Portraits
Sponsored by : Vision Power
“Culture Without Boundaries” by Sian Edwards

Photographic Prize - Flora and Fauna
Sponsored by : Buckley's Earthmoving
“The Symphony of the Sea Snail” by Kate Carr

Photographic Prize - Youth (25 and under)
Sponsored by : Pearl Shed Framing
“The Lookout” by Eric Goodchild

Photographic Prize - Open Non-Kimberley
Sponsored by : Mount Gibson Iron Ore
“Best Mates” by Tim Mummery

Photographic Prize - Snap and Send (5 Winners)
Sponsored by : Shire of Derby/West Kimberley
- Allee Proud for “Wet Season Sunrises”
- Bridget Johnston for “Echidna Chasm”
- Christian Bidewell for “Sun Rays on the Marsh”
- Gracie Waldron for “Gantheum moon”
- Susannah Kempton for “Horse Bandit”


Art Prize - Painting on Canvas
Sponsored by : Derby Plumbing and Gas
“Under Threat” by Heather Murchie

Art Prize – Works on Paper
Sponsored by : Kimberley Ports Authority
“Iconic Beauty” by Jessica Bidewell

Art Prize - Open Non-Kimberley
Sponsored by : Mitchell Plastic Welding
“Ghost gums at dusk on Nyul Nyul Country” by Liesel Arden

Art Prize - Mixed Media
Sponsored by : Australia's North West Tourism
“Keeping Score : Derby Tigers” by Naomie Hatherley

Art Prize - Boab Nut Carving
Sponsored by : Kimberley Arts Network
“Tidal Barramundi” by Jacob Watson

Art Prize - Youth (under 18)
Sponsored by : Kimberley Pharmacy Services
“You tried to make me scared of hell. But I’m Living here” by Hallie Griffiths-Moore

Art Prize - Emerging Artist (18-30 years)
Sponsored by : Buru Energy
“Goordim and Woorrilbem” by Delany Griffiths

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