Ilkley Art Show 2019
COMPETITION THEME - TIME
Theme TIME is open entirely to your interpretation, initial entry simply requires an image of your work and contact details. Art work must NOT exceed 24 x 18" and be available to exhibit at the Ilkley Art Show 2nd - 3rd August.
Deadline for entries is 13th July. You will be notified by the 20th July if you have won your category. You will be required to bring your work into either of our branches by 29th July, all work must be framed and ready to hang in the Ilkley Art Show.
Awards will be presented at the end of the show, please let us know if you are unable to attend when delivering your winning entry.
To enter, apply online or download the form and follow instructions shown on there.
2018 COMPETITION WINNERS
These are the finalists and winners from the 2018 competition and exhibition
2018 COMPETITION THEME - JOURNEY
The finalists work was judged by an independant expert panel which decided the overall winner.
Sylvia Too, Wendi New, Keith Hooper, Lisa Pickard, Janet Gomersall, Janis Halliwell, Clarke Avery, Ken Whiteway, Alison Helliwell Hodson and Aeryn Moor
Winner: Ken Whiteway
JOURNEY - Evacuee 425
Watercolour is my preferred medium during the past decade. I love painting intensely layered and textured watercolours. My work generally has considerable content to achieve emotion and atmosphere. The Dales landscapes provide inspiration but I also draw further inspiration from home and abroad and from architectural, rural and marine scenes. Such is the delight of it all.
Mixed media artist
I took up photography in my 70s’ and I enjoy producing ‘collage photography’ which suits the creative side of me. I do not use Photoshop or Lightroom but create images from my photographs and often other materials to build contemporary prints. It is indeed an exciting challenge which I hope people will enjoy as much as I do.
Sylvia began painting again in 2015 following a 25 year hiatus. Working in Acrylics, her main focus is portraiture and fan art. One of 10 winners of the HBO Game Of Thrones competition, her work was exhibited in London in 2016. She lives in Otley with her partner, son, and cat, and besides painting is an avid needle -felter.