Winner of REMET Art Prize 2019 is Food for Thought

Date posted: 17th July 2019

REMET UK working with Kingston School of Art and AB Foundry are pleased to announce the winner of the 2019 REMET Art Prize.

The competition was open to students at Kingston School of Art to create a sculpture using the investment casting method. More than 50 entries were received from across the School from which 8 finalists were selected. These finalists were then given the opportunity to bring their ideas to life in bronze, the final pieces were displayed at a final show at the Stanley Picker Gallery, where a panel of judges selected a winner. The finalists were:

You can read more about the final peices and the motivation behind them in the Preview.

The final show was well attended with all the finalists bringing family and friends along to see the exhibition. After each of the judges had looked at all the works they retired to decide upon a winner.

After a long deliberation Caitlin Reilly and her peice “Yorkshire Pudding” was announced as the winner. The exhibition was open to the public, and was kept up for the Degree Show.

REMET UK would like to thank:

Kingston School of Art

AB Foundry

Stanley Picker Gallery

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