RAMM Competition

RAMM Local Art, our submission selection

Thank you to everyone who entered work to represent the Art Society in the RAMM competition. It was amazing to see the enthusiasm and effort that members have put into this project.

There were 49 entries from which the panel selected 10 works that convey the theme Migration and show the wide range of creative talent in the society. Congratulations to all those who were selected. 

If your work was not selected or if you didn’t submit work at this stage there will still be an opportunity for your work to be included in the exhibition if we win the competition. TAAG have also invited the Art Society to put on an exhibition of members’ work on the Migration theme early in 2020. So, do keep up the good work and keep creating on the Migration theme.

The art group that wins the RAMM competition will be selected by online voting so we will soon be asking all members to vote for our entry and to encourage/force all their friends and family to vote for us too. Details of how to vote will be announced nearer the time.

And the selected works are, in no particular order:

Anne Dogget – The Life of an Exile, mixed media

Ann Lunn – The Dust of Syria, oil on canvas

Chris Pitman –  What Goes Round (tryptich), acrylic on canvas

Chris Dobbs – Enigma Explained, acrylic on canvas

Shan Roberts – Thaw, mixed media

Felicity Hughes – Time to Go, collagraph

Mary East – Leaving, mixed media

Pat Ferns – Hopes and Dreams, textile/mixed media

Ruth Chappell – Swifts,  textile/machine + hand embroidery

Clare Jenkinson – Geese at Exminster Marshes, oil on canvas

The selected works will be uploaded to the website in due course.

Barbara N and Clare