First ever Dunbar Arts Panorama Artist of the 12 months competitors held

A PICTURE says a thousand phrases and proficient artists have created spectacular pictures surrounding Dunbar Harbour.

Greater than 30 artists arrange their easels on the north wall of the harbour final Saturday.

4 prizes have been awarded through the first ever Dunbar Arts Panorama Artist of the 12 months competitors.

Anna Wimbledon, tutor at Dunbar Arts, oversaw the day and guided entrants, who had the chance to color, draw and sketch their favorite landscapes from the world.

She was happy to say that the competitors, a part of the Dunbar Civic Week celebrations, had confirmed an important success.

She stated: “It was nice to see so many improbable artists portray and socialising on the north wall of the harbour in stunning Dunbar – such an exquisite number of expertise to be seen and for some they created their first ever panorama.”

Artists needed to deal with testing climate circumstances, as a coastal breeze made their work difficult at occasions.

The highest 4 have been awarded prizes as Sheena Phillips gained The Fidra Advantageous Artwork prize; Kate Bogie gained the Coast Gallery Prize; Liz Wilcox gained the Dunbar Arts Prize; and Julie Jones gained the Rock and Chook Prize.

The organiser was hopeful the competitors may change into part of the annual Civic Week, with the opportunity of it going down at completely different places.

She added: “A giant thanks to the sponsors who offered such wonderful prizes and to our great artist judges Oliver Reed, Christopher Wooden and Pascale Rentsch, who hung out with every entrant earlier than judging the works.”

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