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Mental Health Art Works Winners 2021

By Coast & Country Primary Care
Archived 25 Jan 2022 - Posted: 26 Nov 2021
Young People’s Award winner, Knoa Casey Fernandez with “The Inner Monsters” and Brisbane Waters Private Hospital judge, Georgina Moore.
10 Central Coast residents are Coast and Country Primary Careís (CCPC) Mental Health Art Works Exhibition 2021 winners.

Mental Health Artworks, now in its 22nd year, highlight the talents of Central Coast residents touched by mental health.  
 
“This year, we have entrants aged from 10 to 90 years with a variety of works from paintings, ceramics, sculpture, drawing, embroidery, and quilting to name a few,” said CCPC CEO Kathy Beverley.  
 
This year there are almost 140 artworks on display in our exhibition which officially opened last Friday evening at Central Coast Gallery to celebrate the achievements of the artists.
 
“The therapeutic benefit of art for people with mental illness is well known and this exhibition is an extraordinary showcase of individual’s stories and experiences and amazing creative talents.
 
“CCPC is proud to be a major contributor to supporting people with mental illness on the Central Coast. We collaborate with our partners, including other NGOs, GPs, the Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network and the Central Coast Local Health District, with whom we have a close partnership as funding and co-service providers,” Ms Beverley said.
 
“We pay special thanks to the Gosford Regional Gallery and The Entrance Community Centre for hosting us in 2021.
 
“We are extremely grateful for the support of our sponsors and judges from The Glen, Brisbane Waters Private Hospital, Central Coast Hunter New England PHN, Central Coast Local Health District, BaptistCare, Orana, Social Futures, and the Gosford Regional Gallery. We thank them for their commitment and time to support our artists.

“CCPC also sincerely appreciate the support received by Member for Dobell, Emma McBride, who attended our opening winner’s ceremony to support the artists.” Ms Beverley said.  
 
We also thank our media sponsor Star FM 104.5FM for their ongoing support.
 
The winners:

  • Gallery Encouragement – Michelle Tracey, “Friendship”
  • Indigenous – Jodie Reynolds, “Living with This”
  • The Art of Cultures – Tabitha Winter, “More scared of you than you are of me”
  • Pride in Diversity – Madelynn Lennon-Potter, “Pestilent Mother”
  • Wisdom of Aging – Helena Brunner OAM, “Like a Natural Woman”
  • Young People’s Award – Knoa Casey Fernandez, “The Inner Monsters”
  • Central Coast Carer’s Award – Donna Jones, “Carers Jungle”
  • Central Coast Young Carer’s – Lily Slade, “Suit the Occasion”
  • MH Creativity Award – Elissa Reid, “Fragility”

 
The Viewer’s Choice Award will be judged by the public throughout the week 20-28 November and announced on CCPC Facebook page.

This article archived 25 Jan 2022

Indigenous Award winner, Jodie Reynolds, with “Living with this” and CCPC Board Chair, Duncan Bennet
Young Carers Award, Lily Slade, with “Suit the Occasion”
 
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