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ALEXANDER BARTLEET



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Waiheke Small Sculpture Prize Award Winner 2014


Mazda Emerging Artist Award Winner 2007.


BMW Emerging Artist Award Winner 2008



Wallace Art Awards 2013 Finalist - Travelling Show

Wallace Art Awards 2012 Finalist

BMW Art Awards Bonnet Finalist 2010 

Waikato Society of Arts New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award 2011 Finalist

National Contemporary Art Award 2010 Finalist - Waikato Museum

BMW Art Emerging Artist Awards Winner 2008

Wallace Art Awards Finalist 2007

Mazda Emerging Artist Awards Winner 2007 

Alexander Bartleet is the 2014 Waiheke Small Sculpture Prize Award Winner


On Saturday the 22nd of March Alexander Bartleet's artwork 'Line Cluster' was awarded the Small Sculpture Prize. The award was judged by Monique Redmond and is open at Waiheke Community Art Gallery until the 14th of April. Pop over to Waiheke and see the work and the other finalists.







Artwork: Line Cluster(2013) mixed media and acrylic on wood panel. 430 x 310 70 mm



 







 

 

 

Wallace Art Awards 2013 Finalist - Travelling Show

Ladder(2013) mixed media, 2000 x 500 x 150 mm

Traveling Show Finalist Wallace Art Awards 2013. Pah Homestead 2 August - 3 November

 

Wallace Art Awards 2012 Finalist


Ground Level. 2012

BMW Art Awards Bonnet Finalist 2010 
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Out of Line. 2010
History of BMW art cars here.


Waikato Society of Arts New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award 2011 Finalist

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Compilation. 2010. acrylic, oil and mixed media on canvas. 900 x1200 mm.

NZPPA 2011 Grand Opening : 18 February 2011 at the Hamilton Gardens Pavillion
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National Contemporary Art Award 2010 Finalist - Waikato Museum


Remember. 2010. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas. 710 x 560 mm.


 

BMW Art Emerging Artist Awards Winner 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

.00027735 of an Acre, 2008. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas. 1200 mm x 900 mm







Reviewed by John Daly-Peoples Thursday October 16 2008 - 03:28pm

On Wednesday night Bob McMillan of Team McMillan BMW presented cheques for $10,000 each to one of New Zealand’s leading artists and to one of the country’s newly emerging artists.

Alexander Bartleet’s work .00027735 of an Acre was the sole prize winner in the Team McMillan Emerging Artists Awards judged by arts writer Warwick Brown. more

Wallace Art Awards Finalist 2007



The work 'It Remains II' is showing at The Salon de Refusé and is composed of the Finalists not chosen in the Traveling Exhibition. It is open for public viewing from 4 September until 1 October at The Wallace Arts Trust Gallery, 305 Queen Street, Auckland City.

























It Remains II, 1220mm x 920mm, items and acrylic on canvas 





1st place in The Mazda Emerging Artist Award and a cash prize of $10,000.
'It Remains, Alexander Bartleet'

Judged by John Daly-Peoples, art critic and columnist of the National Business Review.

The Auckland resident was chosen as the Mazda Emerging Artist of the year over 83 other Fine Art students from throughout New Zealand. The talented 21 year old is also a finalist in the prestigious Wallace Art Awards.

His winning piece, entitled ‘It Remains’ was described by judge John Daly-Peoples as “something between a painting, sculpture and installation.” Alexander created it by collecting various objects (look closely and you’ll see screws, buckles and bottle tops) and exploring surfaces by creating layers and layers of objects and paint.


“This work - something between a painting, sculpture and installation - has its historical roots in the work of the early cubists and experimental artists who took objects from their immediate enjoinment and included both as painted and actual objects in their works.
It has more recent connections to the work of the British sculptor Rachel Whiteread and the Boyle Family who make casts of the real world whether it be a roadway or a building.
The assemblage of objects is a representation of the cluttered table in the workroom or it could be the site of a forensic examination or even a view of a post apocalyptic landscape. Whatever the scene is, it is one which conjures up memories of the past, covered with the patina of history.”

This painting was auctioned at the Mazda Foundation Black Tie Dinner on Thursday 30 August and sold for $2500.


It Remains I, 600mm x 500mm, items and acrylic on canvas



It Remains I, macro image

(1st place winner of The Mazda Emerging Artist Awards held at the Hilton from the 27th - 1st of September)
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