Paint Out Norwich 2015 Prizewinning Artists and Paintings ©Matt Dartford

Paint Out Norwich 2015 Prizes

Paint Out Norwich 2015 Prize Winners

Paint Out Wells winners prize awards: Eloise O’Hare (3rd), Richard Bond (1st), Mo Teeuw (2nd), Michael Richardson (Nocturne 1st) (L-R) ©Matt Dartford
Paint Out Wells winners prize awards: Eloise O’Hare (3rd), Richard Bond (1st), Mo Teeuw (2nd), Michael Richardson (Nocturne 1st) (L-R) ©Matt Dartford

The Paint Out Norwich 2015 Artist Prize Winners were: Richard Bond (1st), Mo Teeuw (2nd), Eloise O’Hare (3rd), Michael Richardson (Nocturne 1st) with judges commendations to Brian Korteling, Gennadiy Ivanov, and Liam Wales – who also won the Exhibition Vote People’s Choice award for the second year. Other minor prizes to be announced in due course.

First Prize – Richard Bond

Richard Bond with sponsor Chris Hind winning First Prize at Paint Out Norwich 2015
Richard Bond with sponsor Chris Hind winning First Prize at Paint Out Norwich 2015

The Paint Out Norwich judges awarded Richard Bond the £1,500 First Prize donated by sponsor Chris Hind for his 13″x20″ watercolour on paper painting “Winged Victory”, a Norwich monument to lives lost in the Boer War on Agricultural Hall Plain, near Anglia TV.

Richard lives locally in Norwich and has entered all our competitions to date and also delivered a watercolour painting workshop at Paint Out Wells. He described himself as “stunned but delighted” and also had this to say:

“Congratulations to the other winners and my thanks to the organisers, judges and all the artists taking part for your encouragement, inspiration and companionship throughout the week. A tough but great week, thoroughly enjoyed it”.

More about Richard and his paintings on his website.

Second Prize – Mo Teeuw

Mo Teeuw Paint Out Norwich Second Prize Strutt and Parker ©Matt Dartford
Mo Teeuw winning the Strutt & Parker Second Prize at Paint Out Norwich 2015

Mo Teeuw, is a veteran of Paint Out Norwich 2014, and this is the second painting competition within the last few weeks she has won a prize at.  She won the Second Prize of £1000 donated by sponsor Strutt and Parker for her 14×18″ oil painting of “View of Norwich from Mousehold Heath”, done at our Mousehold Heath mass ‘paint out’.

Mo writes on her blog that:

“the last thing I was expecting was to win anything as the standard was so high so, I was more than shocked to win overall second prize and delighted I must say. Paint Out Norwich is one of the most organised and best put together events I have ever been to. There is such a fantastic team of people that work so well together – and they are SO nice. If you are even just a little bit tempted to apply for next year’s event, I would say – ‘go for it’.”

Third Prize – Eloise O’Hare

Eloise O'Hare winning the Jamieson's Property Search Third Prize at Paint Out Norwich 2015
Eloise O’Hare winning the Jamieson’s Property Search Third Prize at Paint Out Norwich 2015

Eloise O’Hare was awarded the Third Prize of £500 donated by sponsor Jamieson’s Property Search for her pen, ink and watercolour, work invitingly titled “Chocolate Arcade”. It was completed under the shelter of the Art Nouveau-styled Royal Arcade on a day when the weather was challenging to say the least.

Nocturne Prize – Michael Richardson

Artist Michael Richardson winning the Mills & Reeve Nocturne Prize at paint Out Norwich 2015 ©Matt Dartford
Artist Michael Richardson winning the Mills & Reeve Nocturne Prize at paint Out Norwich 2015

Michael Richardson is another veteran of all of our events to date and has also twice delivered oil painting workshops for Paint Out. He was awarded the inaugural Nocturne First Prize of £1000 donated by sponsor Mills & Reeve for his after sundown painting of “Dove Street”.

Judges Commendations

Apart from having to agree on the top three prize awards the three judges: David Curtis, Marcus Dickey Horley, and Amanda Geitner, were also given the freedom to award a personal commendation outside the top rankings with a £100 prize, courtesy of sponsor Archant, going to each of the following highly commended artists: Gennadiy Ivanov, Brian Korteling, and Liam Wales.

  • David Curtis chose Liam Wales – “St Giles on the Hill”
  • Marcus Dickey Horley chose Gennadiy Ivanov – “Autumn at Wensum River”
  • Amanda Geitner chose Brian Korteling – “Sovereign House”

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