The Pintar Prize 2017
Our judges were artists Adebanji Alade and Hashim Akib as well as Sally Hales, the Editor of Artists&Illustrators magazine. A big thank you to them for getting though hundreds of pictures and awarding these artists. Many thanks also to our sponsors Daler Rowney, Cass Art, Pooky Lighting, Heatherley's School of Art, Hampstead School of Art, Chelsea Retailers’ Association and Derwent for all being so generous with their gifts. And thank you to Artists&Illustrators magazine for editorial support.
Professional and Semi-Professional category
First prize winner. Adam Ralston, "Piccadilly Circus",
oil on board, 39x47cm. Awarded a £1,000 cash prize donated by Daler Rowney.
Luke Walker. "Battersea Power Station",
acrylic on canvas, 122x90 cm. Awarded £400 cash prize donated by Pooky Lighting
David Sawyer. "Chelsea Embankment Gardens",
oil on board, 90x40 cm. Awarded £250 pounds worth of artist's materials donated by Daler Rowney.
Mayumi Taguchi. "Westminster",
watercolour on paper, 53x43cm. Awarded a £750 Cass Art
Magdalena Kusowska."Sloane Square",
graphite pencil on paper, 33x33 cm. Awarded £250 pounds worth of artist's materials donated by Daler Rowne
Clare Weatherwill. "St Mary's",
watercolour on paper, 38x49 cm. Awarded five days of Open Studio time donated by Heatherley's School of Ar
Ann Palmer. "Waterloo Station",
pen and wash on paper, 59x 44 cm. Awarded five days of Open Studio time donated by Heatherley's School of Art.
Graham Cooke ."Battersea Bridge",
acrylic on boad, 91x60 cm. Awarded a part-time course at Hampstead School of Art
Anthony Peters ."The Serpentine lake",
watercolour on paper, 91x60cm. Awarded a year's worth of cut flowers donated by King's Road
, Chelsea as part of the King's Road Flower