by Larissa Gill October 17, 2018 1 min read5 Comments
Autumn welcomes great new shows such as the fourth series of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year. Filmed during the glorious summer weather.
Joan Bakewell and is joined by new co host Stephen Mangan (of Green Wing fame) who take artists to several stunning locations across the UK, later in the series is held at Inveraray Castle, a country house in Argyll. Painters will capture the charming architecture, rose gardens plus surrounding Loch Fyne and mountains.
Sky and Now TV customers can watch this on catch up if you aren’t up to date - the first episode was Tuesday 16th October.
The Landscape Artist of the Year will win a range of amazing prizes, how does a £10,000 commission for a British institution’s permanent collection and £500 of art materials sound?
There isn’t a shortage of wonderful artists around the UK whose abilities vary, through the competition each artist’s capabilities become clear, and towards the end of each series the locations offer more complex landscapes. By watching each artists individual process you see the landscape through their eyes, as they create their own interpretations.
Expert judges Kate Bryan, Kathleen Soriano and Tai Shan Schierenberg also return for the new series.
The final airs on 4th December at Greenwich park. Tune in to find out who will be crowned Landscape Artist of the Year...
Episode Guide here
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