The Murray Bridge Regional Gallery is currently hosting the annual free Rotary Art Show with an array of pieces from photography to metal sculpture.
Judge Noami Fallon is the Bordertown arts and community development officer.
The innovative Digital Art section was won by young local artist Ruby Eckermann with her entry ‘Fighting Fish’.
The other prizeswent to Kim Gleghorn for ‘Prototype’ and Thuy-Anh Le for ‘Forest of Flowers’.
In the 2D section, first prize was awarded to Carole Bann for her piece ‘Seashore, coral and crabs’ with prizes awarded to Jane Mason for ‘Blue dog’ and Margaret Rennie for ‘3 of a Kind’.
The photography section winner, who was awarded the Andrew Hay Memorial Prize, was Penny Heighes for her photograph ‘Amazing morning’. The remaining prizes went to local entrant Melanie Smith for ‘Innes Sunset’ and Kaylene Maalste for ‘Sunrise over the Murray’.
Prizes in the 3D section were led by Rose Walker for her ceramic piece ‘Delineation’ followed by Anna Couper for ‘Pods’ and a large metal sculpture by Stephen Oatway entitled ‘George’.