Barton Peveril’s Schools Art Competition 2024

Barton Peveril Sixth Form College’s annual Schools Art Competition attracted 130 entries from 28 local schools across Hampshire.

The College invites students from its feeder schools throughout the county to participate in the competition, which aims to nurture young talent and celebrate artistic excellence. The competition is divided into two categories: Years 7 and 8 and Years 9, 10 and 11, with one winner and two runners-up in each category. This year’s theme was Metamorphosis.

We congratulate the following winners and runner-ups in the Years 7 and 8 category:

  • Isobel Johnson, Thornden School Year 8 (Winner) 
  • Charlotte Humphreys, Mountbatten School, Year 8 (Runner-up) 
  • Ollie Wigginton, Brookfield Community School, Year 7 (Runner-up)

Butterfly Bones by Isobel Johnson, Thornden School Year 8 (WINNER)

Introspection by Charlotte Humphreys, Mountbatten School Year 8
The Changing Forest by Ollie Wigginton, Brookfield School,
Year 7

We congratulate the following winners and runner-ups in the Years 9, 10 and 11 category:

  • Ailbe Andresier, Brookfield Community School, Year 10 (Winner) 
  • Thea Payne-Shelley, Meoncross School, Year 10 (Runner-up) 
  • Adele Le Pen, Toynbee School, Year 10 (Runner-up) 

Mutation Manifest: Hands of Change by Ailbe Andresier, Brookfield Community School Year 10 (WINNER)

Frogolives by Thea Payne-Shelley, Meoncross School
Year 10
My Sunflowers by Adele Le Pen, Toynbee School
Year 10

Director of Art & Design Lynne Milton said:

The Barton Peveril Schools Art Competition 2024 attracted 130 entries from Years 7 to 11 from across schools in Hampshire.

To celebrate the £9.5k new Art & Design building at Barton Peveril, pupils from local schools were given the task of responding to the theme of ‘Metamorphosis’.

The winning entries demonstrate high levels of skill and fuse imagery to reflect changes in structure and form of a variety of subjects. The winner of the Year 7 and Year 8 category, Isobel Johnson, produced a surreal piece demonstrating mature and sophisticated skill in drawing, and the winner of the Year 9 to 11 category, Ailbe Andresier, demonstrated excellent use of digital technology to produce a dark and startling interpretation of the theme.

All entries will be 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 Open Events on 25th and 26th September.

To view the exhibition, click on the button below.

View The Exhibition Here!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

By continuing to use this webite, you agree to our use of cookies. More Information