The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2016

This selection of images comes from The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2016 exhibition, which is on show at the National Archives from 16 September to 13 November. Please attribute all images to the artist and the National Archives of Australia.
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    Julia deVille, Neapolitan Bonbonaparte
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    Dan Power, G[RAZED]
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    Ulan Murray, Arbor Sole

Open Category – Highly Commended

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    Andrew Sullivan, A Survey into the Cretaceous
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    Anita West, Garden of Gold
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    Barbie Kjar Shrin, Shrinking Reef
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    Diane Allison, Opium Drift
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    Elizabeth Kelly, Auroranite
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    Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Freemantle Waters
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    Grayson Cooke and Dugal McKinn, The Storm is Called Progress
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    Heidi Willis, St Vincents Amazons and Cannonball Tree
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    Jenni Kemarre Martiniello, Parachilna Bicornual Set
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    Julie Bartholomew, Subversive Botanica Series
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    Nick Mount, On Blackened Ground
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    Peter Walker, Twigonometry
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    Simon Hogan, Lingka
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    Stephanie Wilson, Growth Strategy

Emerging Artists – Highly Commended

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    Benjamin Sheppard, Maratus Thistralis
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    Emilie Patteson, Turning of the Tides
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    Emma Kirby, Memento (Im)mori
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    Jill Lipsett, Retina
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    Malcolm Koch, Lithium Mesh
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    Sara Farizeh, The Wheat Field
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    Victoria Beresin, White Fella Fish Trap
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    Mikiah Nguyen, Bleached
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