What a weekend!
Thank you to all artists and visitors, Judges – Alastair Hull, John McGill and Sheila Ceccarelli, HMC Framing Ltd, Dr Catherine Burke, Andy Daly, Phoebe Monk & student helpers from Swavesey Village College. Also thank you to our artist helpers including Rampart’s art group and Gerry Wilmer.
Images below from the Preview evening with full report to follow
|Top 20 Awards 2017|
|Artwork #||Full Name||Title||Price|
|16||Richard Baker||Apples, Foxgloves and Strawberries||£450||Winner|
|116||Katherine Gravett||Stem Cells and Gene Therapy||£2,100||Runner – up|
|176||Sarah McGonigle||Glacier||£120||Runner – up|
|278||Amy Wormald||Pathway||£195||Runner – up|
|2||Astrig Akseralian||A Refreshing Breeze||£380|
|48||Anine Cockwell-De Jong||War Horse||£600|
|52||Edgar Collinson||Hill in Autumn, Heydon||£85|
|85||Sue Eaton||GOLD LEAF||£250|
|96||Eithne Fisher||Llani 4||£150|
|107||Caroline Furlong||Fieldlines Spring||£150|
|113||Barbara Grafton||Windows into Printmaking||£250|
|128||Chrissie Havers||Tom’s Hole – Evening Light, River Lark||£975|
|140||Angie Hill||Fenland Field Scenes||£125|
|150||Hannah Kennard||Flowers Blue||£175|
|152||Liz King||Blue Spot series no.1||£165|
|208||Andrew Oliver||Nicaraguan Landscape with horse||£400|
Promoting art, artists and well-being through exhibition, education and participation.
Cambridgeshire’s major independent non-selective Open Art Exhibition featuring contemporary and traditional paintings, sculpture and prints and the Cambridge Art Awards.
The exhibition is non-selective to ensure a wide-ranging show of artwork to please our audience and encourage emerging artists to exhibit alongside professionals.