Winners of the 2014 Tabernacle Art Competition
Rosie Owen Studied Art History at Aberystwyth University
Jooney Woodward Photographer Studied at Camberwell College of Arts. In 2011 she won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery with her portrait ‘Harriet and Gentleman Jack’.
Nick Barrett Artist/ Illustrator Studied at Camberwell College of Arts.
The first prize was awarded to Tom Horton. The second prize donated by the Friends of The Tabernacle went to Gordon Miles; and the third, presented by the Rev Dick Staunton, to Tim Tozer.
The Highly Commended are: Tamas Szikszay, Averil Rees, Jane Butterworth, Michael Tomlinson, Amanda Puleston, Stuart Evans, Jean Roberts-Jones, Joanna Evans, Bodge, Pete Illesley, Jenny Bonada, Barbara Hutchby, Janet McLelland, Patrick Owen and Robert Macdonald.
The Under 18 Prize was shared between Gwenllian Spink (Age 17) from Aberystwyth and Jude Westermann (Age 9) from Mallwyd.
The Highly Commended are: Evie Bradley (Age 5), Jonah Evans (Age 14), Molly Scarlett Roberts (Age 6), Martha Rose Wicher (Age 4), Seren James-Williams (Age 13), Libby Sophia Francis (Age 5) and Adelaide Coldham (Age 17).
Visitors are invited to vote for their favourite paintings (Adult and Under 18) and the artists with the highest number of votes will be presented with the Ailsa Owen Memorial Prize on Saturday 23rd August at 12 noon during the Machynlleth Festival. At the same time the title of the 2015 Tabernacle Art Competition will be announced.