Garden guru Costa Georgiadis is the subject of the 2024 Bradley’s


Popular TV host of Gardening Australia, Costa Georgiadis is the subject of this year’s Bradley art prize by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).

The Bradley’s are hosted by ABC Radio Brisbane. This year, members of the public are invited to submit portraits of Georgiadis until mid-July.

The Greek Australian garden guru said he was “honoured” to be this year’s subject, and encouraged submissions ranging from paint and charcoal to recycled sculpture and soils.

“This is a really, really special moment,” he said.

From August, physical artworks will be displayed in the ABC Brisbane office foyer. The winning artwork will later be hung as part of the Brisbane Portrait Prize exhibition at the State Library of Queensland.

To enter, email a photo of your original artwork to – along with required information such as your name and a brief blurb. Alternatively, artwork can be dropped or couriered to the ABC Brisbane office at 114 Grey Street, South Brisbane, which is open 24 hours.




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