This annual competition has become nationally prestigious in a remarkably short space of time. The London exhibition held by this open competition’s winners over the last two years has opened doors (see WAC2014 for their comments and details of the competition).
Go to the ARTISTS page, to see chosen artists for WAC 2014
if you are pricing the work that you are bringing in to the exhibition, remember to add 30% commission!
London – Roy Ackerman’s Tadema Studios announces that Dominic Bradnum, the winner of Wells Art Contemporary (WAC) 2013, 1st prize exhibition has officially sold out at 45 Park Lane. All 20 original pieces of art were sold over the 4 week exhibition at 45 Park Lane.
Dominic is also hopeful of procuring some private commissions off the back of his sell out show.
WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO BE ABLE TO ANNOUNCE THE 2014 JUDGES:
ANITA TAYLOR, DONALD SMITH & RICHARD WENTWORTH CBE
WAC, an artist driven competiton is a showcase for international contemporary art. This annual competition has become nationally prestigious in a remarkably short space of time. The open competion winners London exhibition was more than a prize, it opened doors, for example, our first winner got a significant number of commissions. We are proud that a large number of renowned contemporary artists are willing to be involved as judges and curators
FIRST PRIZE – The 45 Park Lane Art Prize, comprising an overnight stay at 45 Park Lane in London, an opening night reception/private view with invited press and a 10-day solo exhibition
WELLS ART CONTEMPORARY 2ND PRIZE – £1000
WELLS ART CONTEMPORARY 2ND PRIZE – £500
PEOPLE’S PRIZE 2013 WON BY
LORAINE MORLEY, “Of No Fixed Abode”
SHORT LISTING JUDGES were Bruce McLean, Dan Hays and Prof Richard Wentworth CBE.
Final judging for the prizes was done by the 45 Park Lane Artists and curator, Roy Ackerman CBE, Christian Furr, Donald Smith and Martin Fuller