WINNER – 2011 PricewaterhouseCoopers Prize for Sculpture
WINNER – 2010 Franco Belgiorno-Nettis | Transfield Holdings Prize for Sculpture
John Brooke’s sculpture interprets the landscape that surrounds him on Sydney’s Northern Beaches – the colours of the ocean and the sky. “I love the way things move in the landscape there – clouds, surf, tides, waves, currents, and wind in the treetops”.
John’s work inhabits a gap between painting and sculpture – his work is, in its own way, painterly. He captures unique moments in time with his creations of colour, form and movement.
2013 Hunters Hill Sculpture Prize
2011 Winner Price Waterhouse Coopers Prize for Sculpture
2010 Winner Franco Belgiorno-Nettis Transfield Holdings Prize for Sculpture
2009 Finalist Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Highly Commended Mosman Sculpture Festival
2006 Winner Camden Open Prize
2005 Winner Blacktown Open Prize Highly Commended Camden Open Prize
2003 Winner Waverly Mixed Media Prize
2002 Winner Waverly Open Acrylic Prize
2000 Highly Commended Blacktown Painting Prize
1997 Billy Blue Prize North Sydney Prize
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