The ROI 2019 annual show opened to a packed private view on Tuesday 26th November.
Many congratulations to the all the prize winners at this year’s outstanding annual ROI exhibition.
ROI 2019 prizewinners
The Artist Magazine Award – John Walsom ROI ARSMA
wins The Artist Magazine award for his work ‘Waterloo, The Grafitti Tunnel’.
The Le Clerc Fowle Medal – Luis Morris ROI
‘Waterloo, The Graffiti Tunnel’ by John Walsom ROI ARSMA
for his works in the exhibition and in memory of Anne Le Clerc Fowle. The work shown below is titled ‘Ada’.
L Cornelissen & Son Prize – Sue Spaull
‘Ada’ by Luis Morris ROI
wins the L.Cornelissen & Son
Prize for the painting ‘The Napsack’.
Dry Red Press Award – Haidee-Jo Summers ROI RSMA wins the Dry Red Press Award for her work ‘Sunflowers in the Studio‘.
‘The Napsack’ by Sue Spaull
The Alan Gourley Memorial Award – Linda Alexander ROI
‘Sunflowers in the Studio’ by Haidee-Jo Summers ROI RSMA
wins The Alan Gourley Memorial Award with her painting ‘White Peonies in a Green Bowl’.
Frank Herring Easel Award – David Pilgrim ROI
‘White Peonies in a Green Bowl’ by Linda Alexander ROI
has won the Frank Herring & Sons
Award for his work ‘Old Harry and the blues’.
The Menena Joy Schwabe Memorial Award – Andrew Farmer AROI
‘Old Harry and the blues’ by David Pilgrim ROI
has won The Menena Joy Schwabe Memorial Award for his painting ‘View over Doncaster’.
Winsor & Newton Non-Member Award – Jennifer Anderson
‘View over Doncaster’ by Andrew Farmer AROI
has won the Winsor & Newton
non-member award for her work ‘Drinking Her In’. The award is £150 worth of art materials for the most outstanding painting in the exhibition by a non-member.
Winsor & Newton Young Artist Award: 3rd Prize – Lewis Hazelwood Horner RBA
‘Drinking Her In’ by Jennifer Anderson
has won 3rd Prize in the Winsor & Newton
Young Artist Award for his work ‘Eel be Alright’.
Winsor & Newton Young Artist Award: 2nd Prize – Max Mansbridge-West
‘Eel be Alright’ by Lewis Hazelwood Horner
has won 2nd Prize in the Winsor & Newton
Young Artist Award for his work ‘Creature Comfort’.
Winsor & Newton Young Artist Award: 1st Prize – Bernadett Timko
‘Creature Comfort’ by Max Mansbridge-West
has won 1st Prize in the Winsor & Newton
Young Artist Award for her work ‘Lazy Boy (Study of Max II)’.
The Phyllis Roberts Award – Robert Ware wins The Phyllis Roberts Award (£2000) for an artist 30 or under for his work ‘Dad’.
‘Lazy Boy (Study of Max II)’ by Bernadett Timko
The Small Painting Prize – John Dobbs NEAC SWLA
‘Dad’ by Robert Ware
wins this award, open to members and non-members, for the best small painting on display.
The ROI Emerging Artist Prize – Ruth Fitton
‘Lemon and Spoon’ by John Dobbs
wins a £250 Prize and the opportunity to spend the day with one of the Institute’s members, for an artist aged 30 or under for her painting ‘Nymphs (Diptych)’.
The Tony Merrick Memorial Prize – Amanda Coleman
‘Nymphs (Diptych)’ by Ruth Fitton
wins this award in memory of the late Tony Merrick ROI (1948-2018) for her painting ‘Milk Jug and Mantelpiece’.
The Art Academy Portrait Prize – Theo Taylor
‘Milk Jug and Mantelpiece’ by Amanda Coleman
wins the opportunity for a student at The Art Academy to have their work included in the ROI Annual Exhibition. Theo is a stage 2 Contemporary Portraiture Student and wins the award for his work ‘Mother of Six’.
The Dartington Crystal Chalice – David Curtis ROI RSMA
‘Mother of Six’ by Theo Taylor
has won the Dartington Crystal Chalice for outstanding service and contribution to the ROI. Shown here is one of David’s paintings from the 2019 exhibition ‘Heading for home, Borough Market’.
The Stanley Grimm Prize (I) 2018 – Liz Bailey
‘Heading for Home, Borough Market’ by David Curtis
Liz Bailey ROI has won the Stanley Grimm first prize for her painting in last year’s show.
The Stanley Grimm Prize (II) 2018 – Dorian Radu
Dorian Radu has won the Stanley Grimm second prize for his painting in last year’s show