The 2018 Australian Alpaca Spectacular Art Competition
Australian Alpaca Association members, here is your chance to showcase your artistic talents and the beauty of alpacas. All you need to do is create something showing at least one alpaca. It can be a painting, drawing or even a sculpture - the possibilities are only limited to your imagination so start getting creative!
All entries will be displayed on this website and the Australian Alpaca Spectacular Facebook page, and possibly beamed up onto the big screen at the show. Your artwork will receive prime exposure. Artwork will be identified by a number and caption until voting is finished.
The public will be asked to vote on their favourite artwork and the winner with the most votes will receive an awesome prize from World of Alpacas. There will also be a fantastic Convenor's Choice prize sponsored by Blackwattle Alpaca Yarn and Fibre. So get creative and show us what you can do!
The only rules are that your artwork must feature and promote Australian Alpaca. Entries open to AAA members (including family and employees of AAA members). Entries will open on the 4th June and close on the 19th August 2018. Send your entries via the button below and please include your name, contact details, how you made your artwork and photo attachment. Please Note - please keep your files below 1mb where possible. If you have any issues using the ''Photo Competition Entry'' button please send your entry to email@example.com. Voting will be open to the public to vote on their favourite artwork between the 20th - 24th August only. Only 1 vote per person.
A huge THANK YOU to our wonderful Sponsors for the Art Competition! Click on their logos to find out more about them. Many of our wonderful sponsors have stalls at the show, come and seethem and show your support!
Our most popular art exhibit for the Art Competition is sponsored by World of Alpacas who is offering a fantastic prize of a "Full Page Colour in the National Edition of World of Alpacas".
Our Convenor's Choice prize has been sponsored by Blackwattle Alpaca Yarn and Fibre who have donated 2 skeins of artisan hand dyed alpaca yarn - grown and processed in NSW. Hand dyed at home.