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Eagles a winner

Sea eagle

Tasmanian artist Belinda Kurczok has won the People’s Choice Award in Adelaide’s 2007 Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize for her lifelike gouache painting of two white-bellied sea eagles.

Named after Frederick George Waterhouse, the South Australian Museum’s first curator, the Waterhouse Art Prize is Australia’s richest prize for natural history art.

Kurczok, 28, received her $5000 prize and a ticket to Malaysia at a presentation ceremony at the museum last night.

The top prize was won by Victorian artist Heather Marsh.

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