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Art Work: Southland Art Society ILT Art
Awards winner Jasmine Middlebrook at
Invercargill's City Gallery working on a
new piece, while her award-winning
work hangs behind her. Miss
Middlebrook spent a week in the city
and entertained members of the
Southland Chamber of Commerce
during an evening event last week.
Photo: MARY WITSEY
It's been a busy week for artist
After walking away with the $8500
top prize at the Southland Art
Society ILT Art Awards, the New
Plymouth artist has spent the past
week in Invercargill painting,
speaking and touring the town.
As a guest of the art society, Miss
Middlebrook has painted at the
Don St gallery each day, while
meeting Southlanders and discuss-
ing her work.
"The response has been over-
whelming. Young and old have all
found something in my work."
The ex-James Hargest High School
student said she was delighted to
return to her home town and share
"I've enjoyed engaging with people
-- it's been wonderful, it's just
boosted my confidence.
"The Southland hospitality has
been great -- it's just what you'd
expect from Southland."
She had also enjoyed touring
facilities like the ILT velodrome
and the new stadium.
She describes her oil on canvas
works as a mix of original
portraiture and realism, alongside
a more contemporary conceptual
style. She has a Bachelor of Fine
Arts from Otago University.
Local business people got a chance
to meet Miss Middlebrook last
week when the Southland Cham-
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Members said they were most
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