Striking colours and winter wonderlands took out some of the coveted awards from the 2021 Glover Prize.
Josh Foley, of Tasmania, took out the Children's Choice Award for his artwork Houdini.
Houdini depicts a pig with a bright landscape behind it.
Other creatures feature in the work too, and people are dotted in the background.
The work is an oil, acrylic ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas and is priced at $12,500.
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The People's Choice Award was won by Peter Gouldthorpe, of Tasmania, for his finalist artwork Inside the Snowdome.
The piece depicts the western side of Cradle Mountain in a moment of calm amidst a blizzard.
The art is an oil on linen work and is priced at $13,000.
Gouldthorpe had previously been selected as the recipient of the People's Choice Award in 2010, and the Children's Choice Award in 2014.
The announcement of the winners comes after the Glover Prize winner - Tasmania's Sebastian Galloway - was announced on March 5.
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