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The people have spoken

05 Dec 2013

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Joni Dennis’s work proved to be popular with both the critics and the masses at the annual ANL Maritime Art Prize and Exhibition this year.

Ms Dennis was named the exhibition’s People’s Choice Award winner for her acrylic on canvas painting Quick Smart last month and was awarded $2000 donated by tug boat operator PB Towage.

Visitors to the exhibition voted her painting as their favourite from amongst the 95 works selected for the exhibition.

Ms Dennis’s painting also received second place in the ANL Maritime Art Prize at the launch of the exhibition in October.

“The PB Towage People’s Choice Award is an award that enables the public to vote for their favourite piece of artwork in the exhibition,” Mission to Seafarers Victoria CEO Andrea Fleming said.

“Over the past five years the award has contributed substantially to building the Mission to Seafarers’ database as voters.”

“Building an audience is important to all charities and this added dimension is of great benefit to the mission for which we are most thankful to our sponsor PB Towage.”

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