Derwent Art Prize

Derwent Art Prize



Put your drawing skills to the test, pick up your trusty pencils and enter the fifth Derwent Art Prize, now open for entries.

The Derwent Art Prize is calling for the best artworks created in pencil by British and International artists. This includes 2D & 3D artworks also created in coloured pencil as well as water-soluble, pastel, graphite and charcoal on any subject medium you choose.

Deadline for entry:
Monday 17th Feb 2020

17:00 GMT

Enter online here


Up to eighty selected artworks will be exhibited in a central London gallery in Spring 2020. Following, the show will travel onward for the first time to be displayed in Paris, France. That's not all, generous cash prizes will be awarded totalling a prize fund of £12,500. With great opportunities for Young Artist prizes for those aged 18-25.

Larissa Gill
Larissa Gill


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