Rutland Youth Open 2017
The Rutland Youth Open 2017 took place from October 14th to November 10th 2017, with an open evening on Friday, October 13th.
The Rutland Open Youth Art Exhibition is for young people aged 11 to 18, and takes place at the Rutland County Museum in Oakham. The theme for 2017 was Friday the 13th as that’s the day work was unveiled to the public at our open evening.
Starting in 2016 as an offshoot of the successful and well-established Rutland Open Exhibition, it is aimed at young artists who live in Rutland, or are at school in Rutland. Entries are accepted in the mediums of painting, drawing, ceramic, sculpture and textiles.
Last years exhibition and prizes winners are shown below.
Rutland Youth Open 2016
The theme for 2016 year’s exhibition was ‘Can you see what I see?’. The private view took place on Friday evening, 5th February 2016 , when exhibitors and their parents and teachers gathered to see the work, and prizes were presented by the High Sheriff of Rutland, Andrew Brown, and the exhibition ran until Friday 4th March.
Prizewinners were as follows:
Arts for Rutland Overall Award (£50 prize) for Rutland Overall Award (£50 prize) 794 826
Arts for Rutland Prizes (cash prize)
Jasmine Hammond (age 13) – Art Nature (Acrylic)
Harry Bonnar-Law(age 14) – Bull (Ceramics) 855
Millie Keir (age 16) – Indian Girl (Textiles) 844
Goldmark Awards (cash prize and display in the Goldmark Gallery)
Joseph Buckingham (age 11) – Me (Ceramics) 831
Harriet Gill (age 14) – Sea Life (Textiles) 847
Rebecca Haley (age 17) – Smoke Signals (Glazed Pastel and Acrylic) 849
Rutland DFAS Prizes (cup and cash award)
Flossie Davies (age 11) – Birds in Flight (Ceramics) 839
Jemima Ball (age 15) – Head Book Rope (Mixed Media) 850
Liv Peacock (age 16) – Tree of Knowledge (Textiles) 872
Ellie Bysouth-Kemp (age 15) – Eye of the Skull (Textiles) 871
Luke Sismore (age 15) – Banksi (Acrylic) 865
Beth Raine (age 16) – A Jug of Flowers (Linoprint) 869 835
Archie Fox (age 17) – Seated Figure 1 (Ceramics) 841
Archie Fox (age 17) – Seated Figure 2 (Ceramics) 860