Barton Peveril’s Art Competition Returns

This years’ Barton Peveril’s annual Schools Art Competition saw 260 applications from secondary schools across Hampshire.

The College invites students from it’s feeder schools across the county to take part in the competition, which aims to promote artistry from a young age and celebrate artistic excellence.

The competition is split into two categories: Years 7 and 8, and Years 9, 10 and 11, with each category having one winner and two runners-up.

The Competition opened in February and saw students submit a photo of their best artwork, of any genre and in any medium.

Years 7 & 8 Category

Josie Kinnaird – Tiny

In the Years 7 & 8 category, Josie Kinnaird from Crestwood Community School won, with her entry Tiny. The runners-up for this round were Alya Naga and Theo Skipper, from Thornden School and The Westgate School respectively.

Alya Naga – The Feathered Queen of Freedom
Theo Skipper – Charles Lindbergh

Years 9, 10 and 11 Category

Isabelle Mugford – Tembo

The Years 9, 10 and 11 Catagory was won by Isabelle Mugford’s Tembo. Isabelle is from Thornden School. Sapphire Appleby-Walker, of Brookfield Community School and Kieran Grady, of Hounsdown School came Runners-Up for this category.

Sapphire Appleby-Walker – LOST
Kieran Grady – Brave Lion

Director of Art & Design at Barton Peveril, Lynne Milton said:

We are delighted with the continued interest in the annual Barton Peveril Schools Art Competition.
This year we again received a large number of entries from Years 7 to 11 from across schools in Hampshire.The winning entries demonstrate a level of practical skill and accomplishment that belies their age. Sophisticated application of colour, mark making to convey texture and strong composition feature in the art work. They explore personal topics on the themes of nature and conservation with assurity and confidence. All entries are now showcased in an online exhibition and a physical display of the winners and runners up entries will be available to view at Barton Peveril during our October Open Events.”

View the online exhibition here!

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