Winners of the WW1 Themed Art Competition Announced
The winners of the art competition held at Crowborough’s Community Centre as part of the Crowborough Remembers Festival have been announced.
Over a three-week period submitted artworks were exhibited in the Gallery Café and visitors were invited to select their favourite interpretation of the Great War.
The winner entitled Generations by artist Tina Wray, who is registered blind with 5% vision, is painted in water-based oils on canvas. Tina receives £250 worth of vouchers to spend on art materials.
The second placed artwork entitled ‘Scene of Desolation with a tank’ is by Pauline Cox. The pencil drawing wins Pauline £150 worth of art vouchers.
In third place is John Holden with ‘Corner of a Foreign Field’ a watercolour which wins John £75 of art vouchers.
Congratulations to our winners and all those who took part in the art competition which was held as part of the Centenary of the end of the Great War and the Crowborough Remembers Festival.
Company of Four
A short film made by local filmmaker, writer and actor Harry Walters.