Take a closer look at my Life’s a Beach painting shortlisted for the 21st National Open Art Competition

NOA – National Art Open – The Great Art Prize Open to All

The leading independent art prize featuring a diverse cross section of the brightest British and Irish contemporary art, photography and film of 2017. Shortlisted artists stand a chance of winning part of a £60,000 prize fund and being showcased in prestigious exhibitions in London and beyond.

#NOA17 #thegreatartprize

Less than a week to go before handing in Jacqueline Hammond‘s Life’s a Beach painting for the second round of judging in the National Open Art Competition @tnoac Take part in the #worldartvote and cast your vote for Life’s a Beach here

Slideshow of details taken from Jacqueline Hammond’s Life’s a Beach painting which depicts a bird’s eye view of Brighton beach on the South coast of England.

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.

 

There is a chance to take part in the people’s vote #worldartvote. The artwork with the most votes will be revealed in early September, win the £1,000 prize sponsored by MS Amlin and despite the judges decision in Round 2, be exhibited in the 21st National Open Art Exhibition Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Southbank, London from 17 – 26 November 2017 (Free Admission) and in the Winners’ Exhibition at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester 6 – 17 December 2017.. Vote for my painting ‘Life’s a Beach’ in the #worldartvote now.

Voting ends Monday 28th August. 2nd Round of Judging Tuesday 29th August

Jacqueline Hammond – Life’s a Beach painting shortlisted for #NOA17

Life’s a Beach painting by Jacqueline Hammond National Art Open

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

Explore, Discover, Discuss . . .  Launch 2 August 2017

The National Open Art World Art Vote sponsored by MS Amlin is a celebration honouring the democratic nature of the National Open Art Competition, which is judged anonymously on talent, not connections and results in an exhibition of 100% of the open entries – not one ‘invited’ artist.

We have created the World Art Vote so YOU can have your say and vote for your favourite work or artist. We welcome you to engage, browse and support the shortlisted artists by voting for one, or as many of your favourites as you wish*. The artwork with the most votes will be revealed in early September, win the £1,000 prize sponsored by MS Amlin and despite the judges decision in Round 2, be exhibited in the 21st National Open Art Exhibition at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Southbank, London from 17 – 26 November 2017 (Free Admission) and in the Winners’ Exhibition at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester 6 – 17 December 2017.

Although we publish the artwork anonymously, we do also encourage the artists to take the opportunity to promote themselves!

MS Amlin is a global speciality commercial insurer and reinsurer operating in the Lloyd’s, UK, Continental European and Bermudian markets. Wholly owed by MS&AD of Japan and with its origins in the Lloyd’s market, MS Amlin’s successful underwriting formula incorporates a dynamic approach to risk through empowered and skilled people and a diverse global portfolio.

*multiple votes on an individual artwork, from your email, will count as one only.

Click here to go to the voting page.

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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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