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In pictures: The winner and four runners-up for the Sobey Art Award

North Bay-based artist Duane Linklater takes home $50,000 art prize established in 2002 by Donald Sobey

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Duane Lunklater, an Omaskeko Cree from Moose Cree First Nation in Northern Ontario, is the 10th winner of the Sobey Art Award competition.

STEVE FARMER

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Duane Linklater, Untitled (2012). Raspberry bushes, soil, string, bamboo, canvas, chalk, chalkboard, printed e-mail.

COURTESY OF DUANE LINKLATER

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Isabelle Pauwels, 38, represented the West Coast and Yukon in the Sobey Art Award competition.

STEVE FARMER

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Isabelle Pauwels, Immunized Arm(s), 2009. Lightjet print.

COURTESY OF ISABELLE PAUWELS

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Mark Clintberg represented the Prairies and the North in the Sobey Art Award competition.

STEVE FARMER

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Mark Clintberg, Behind this lies my true desire for you (2012). Salvaged wood, latex paint, offset print posters.

COURTESY OF MARK CLINTBERG

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Tamara Henderson represented Atlantic Canada in the Sobey Art Award competition.

STEVE FARMER/COURTESY OF THE ART GALLERY OF NOVA SCOTIA

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Tamara Henderson, Western Fade Out (2010). Found 16 mm film, loop system, markers.

COURTESY OF TAMARA HENDERSON

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Pascal Grandmaison represented Quebec in the Sobey Art Award competition.

STEVE FARMER

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Pascal Grandmaison, Le jour des 8 soleils (2011). Eight five-minute HD videos, projections on eight buildings.

COURTESY OF PASCAL GRANDMAISON

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