Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol, BS8 1RL
Wednesday 16 May 2018
Image Credit: Rabble Drawing Centre
Saturday 22 July 2017 – Sunday 03 September 2017
Open Mon- Sat and Frome Independent Market Sundays
Opening Hours: 10am- 4pm
|SKETCH OPEN 2017 - Sketchbook Drawing Prize|
Sketch 2017 has now been selected from an international submission of over 500 Sketchbooks, with a shortlist of prize-winners representing the 100 Sketchbooks to be exhibited in SKETCH2017.
The panel of Judges were: Tom Hammick, painter and printer; Peter Randall-Page RA, sculptor; GIll Saunders, Senior Curator (Prints), Word & Image Dept, V&A Museum.
|Nidhi Agarwal, Nilofar Akmut, Lucy Austin, Peter Avery, Michelle Avison, Naomi Avsec, Richard Baker, Garry Barker, Brian Bishop, Andy Black, Kate Black, Patrick Blower, Julie Bolus, Neil Bousfield, Meg Buick, Robbie Bushe, Tom Cartmill, Becca Collins, Eugenia Cuellar, Yael David-Cohen, Mel Day, Anne Desmet, Clare Dudeney, Cameron Duke, Richard Eastwood, Peter Esslemont, Anny Evason, David Ferry, Coral G Guest, Nikki Gardham, Yolanta Gawlik, Chris Gilbert, Christopher Green, Beatrice Haines, Lesley Hicks, Tracy Himsworth, Eunju Hitchcock-Yoo, James Hobbs, Louise Holgate, Hilary Owers & Graham Hooper, Laura Hudson, Neil Irons, Lily Irwin, Paul Jackson, Alexander Johnson, Anne Kristin Hages, Karen Lorenz, Christine Mackey, Tony Martin, Patrick Martin, Lynda Marwood, Anna McDowell, Ruth Miemczyk, Julie Moss, Stephen Mumberson, Liz Myhill, Maureen Nathan, Simon Nicholas, Maureen O'Leary, Alison O'Neill, BeÃ±at Olaberria, Edith Pargh Barton, Simon Parish, Helena Park, Stephanie Parr, Chitra Parvathy Merchant, Caroline Pedler, Howard Read, Chloe Regan, Margot Shores, Julie-Ann Simpson, Serena Smith, Barbara Sykes, Sadie Tierney, Luke Treece-Birch, David Willetts, Melanie Wickham|
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