Life’s a Beach painting shortlisted for National Open Art Competition 

Very exciting news – The painting I submitted has been shortlisted for #thegreatartprize #NOA17 and as one of the 500 shortlisted works will go through to the second round of judging for The National Art Open Competition

Dear Jacqueline,

We are absolutely delighted to announce that your submission listed below has been shortlisted by our panel of judges for the second round on 29 August 2017. Very many congratulations from us all here at NOA National Art Open

~ Life’s a Beach ~ Acrylics on board, W: 31 H: 82 D: 3 cm

Life's Beach by Jacqueline Hammond
The painting I submitted for 21st National Open Art Competition has been selected from thousands of entries to go forward to the second round of judging. The 500 shortlisted are now in the National Open Art Galleries to view

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‪This year’s finalists will be exhibited at the 21st National Open Art Exhibition at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf in November (17th – 26th) where the prizewinners will be announced. The 500 shortlisted entries from this year’s competition will be entered into the World Art Vote, as well as being offered for sale through NOA’s website galleries and from the artists’ profile pages

Thanks everyone. So pleased I’ve got through to Round 2. Really appreciate your support ✌️vote for Lifes a Beach in the #NOA17 people’s #worldartvote ✌️for National Art Open at http://www.nationalopenart.org/gallery2.php?as=1&Life-s-a-Beach-23195‬

Thanks everyone – I’m really pleased and appreciate your support
‪Cast your vote for Lifes a Beach in the people’s #worldartvote for National Art Open – follow judging process http://www.nationalopenart.org/gallery2.php?as=1&Life-s-a-Beach-23195

My Life’s a Beach painting has been shortlisted for @tnoac National Art Open – lookup #worldartvote

 

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Brilliant news! Life’s a Beach has been shortlisted for The National Art Open #NOA17 @tnoac #paintingprize through to 2nd round of judging! http://www.nationalopenart.org

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National Open Art Competition

The search continues for the best artistic talent of 2017

We’re searching for the best British and Irish contemporary art, photography and moving image of 2017. This year’s judging panel consists of Royal Academician Hughie O͛Donoghue, artist Jane McAdam Freud, former NOA winner Kelvin Okafor, gallery director Cynthia Corbett, photographer Zelda Cheatle and filmmakers Elaine Pyke and Adam Saward. All artwork is judged strictly anonymously on talent, not connections and results in an exhibition of 100% of the open entries – not one ‘invited’ artist. By entering your work, you’ll be in with a chance of winning part of a £60,000 prize fund and being showcased in prestigious exhibitions in London and beyond. Submit your work today, or read on for more information.

“NOA is a wonderful platform for artists, a truly open competition, offering the opportunity not only for artists to exhibit their work in first class venues but the chance of being recognised and the possibility of being selected for one of the many prizes. The competition itself gives a real ͚snapshot of current practice in the UK and Ireland.” – Hughie O͛Donoghue RA – 2017 Chair Judge

EXHIBITIONS

 

21st National Open Art Exhibition 17 – 26 November 2017 Announced

 

A vast, untouched four-storey industrial building will host the 21st National Open Art Exhibition. Bargehouse is an exciting atmospheric space on London’s fast moving South Bank and Bankside areas and sister building to the iconic landmark, Oxo Tower which stands proud on the cultural path between the National Theatre and Tate Modern. This big blank canvas will be transformed into a contemporary gallery space to showcase a cross-section of the very best British and Irish contemporary art of 2017. Enter the 21st National Open Art Competition here or read on to learn more…

A programme of events will be taking place during the exhibition with collaborations between NOA Vice President Gavin Turk and Deborah Turk’s House of Fairy Tales along with Be Smart About Art, Explore Learning and more to be announced. Sign up to be the first to know our lastest news here.

 

Royal Academician Hughie O’Donoghue, artist Jane McAdam Freud, former NOA winner Kelvin Okafor, gallery director Cynthia Corbett, influential photographer Zelda Cheatle and filmmakers Elaine Pyke and Adam Saward are to judge the 21st National Open Art Competition. Read more about our judges here.

 

Professional and amateur artists aged 15 and over can now submit work to the main 2017 competition. Each entry is judged anonymously, making the competition one of the most democratic in the UK and Ireland operating today.

 

This year’s finalists will be exhibited at the 21st National Open Art Exhibition at Bargehouse Oxo Tower Wharf on Southbank in London this Autumn where the prizewinners will be announced. The 500 long-listed entries from this year’s competition will be anonymously published after the first round of judging for the World Art Vote where the public can view the works and have their say by voting for their favorite on the NOA website.

 

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About artbyjaxx

Contemporary British artist, Jacqueline Hammond, is renowned for producing strong, punchy images that are rich in texture and colour. A prolific painter and multidisciplinary artist, she exhibits widely and is commissioned by individual clients, collectors and high profile brands. Jacqueline’s inspiration comes from direct observation: subject matter is plucked from the world encountered every day. Some ideas evolve, others are reactionary. Thought-provoking themes explore today’s society, the media and cultural theory. Whether inspired by the street or the sea, Jacqueline’s work has an edge: her paintings are consistently striking. Her natural disposition is to let the paint dictate the creative process, trusting the medium and her mind’s eye to translate the vision.
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