Young Archie winner inspired by mothers resilience | ABC News

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This year marks the ninth edition of the Young Archie competition which is presented alongside the long running Archibald prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

16-year-old winning artist Charliese Allen used her mother as the subject of her piece for her resilience during a battle with cancer.

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