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RINGWOOD ART SOCIETY
SUMMER EXHIBITION 2012


The quality of the paintings and presentation of work was once again exceptional. Richard Tratt, our adjudicator, mentioned the very high standard which made his job all the more difficult. Richard took almost 5 hours to judge the work exhibited. Congratulations and well done to all the worthy winners.

See below for the prize winners of each category and Certificates of Merit awarded at this year’s exhibition.
Click to enlarge pictures.

2012 prize winners
The Mayor of Ringwood, Cllr. Steve Rippon-Swayne and the 2012 prize winners with their awards.

THE GREYFRIARS TROPHY FOR THE BEST WATERCOLOUR

Down to Widecombe by Alan Langford
Down to Widecombe by Alan Langford

The River Dance at Dinan by A GibsonRunner up:
The River Dance at Dinan
by Alan Gibson

THE JAN MURRAY TROPHY FOR THE BEST OIL PAINTING

Arne by Colin RichensArne by Colin Richens



Spartacus by Daniel BryneRunner up:
Spartacus
by Daniel Bryne

THE COURTICE MILLENNIUM PLATE FOR THE BEST PASTEL

Venice at Dusk by Barbara RousseauVenice at dusk
by Barbara Rousseau



Birman Cat by Georgina GibbonsRunner up:
Birman Cat
by Georgina Gibbons

THE JUBILEE TROPHY FOR THE BEST PAINTING
IN ANY OTHER MEDIUM

Waiting by Jacqueline Speck Waiting by Jacqueline Speck




Winter on the River Stour by Rita BrownRunner up:
Winter on the River Stour
by Rita Brown

THE MOLLIE STEVENS TROPHY FOR THE BEST MINIATURE

Wood by Lindsey ColeWood by Lindsey Cole

Cherries by Michael Clare Runner up:
Cherries
by Michael Clare

THE HARRY JOHNS TROPHY FOR THE MOST ORIGINAL WORK

Blue Rhapsody by Jill LeighBlue Rhapsody by Jill Leigh




Coronation Street by Suzan Houching Runner up:
Coronation Street
by Suzan Houching

THE MASON-SMITH TROPHY FOR THE BEST ACRYLIC

Palm Sunday, St Vincent by Clive DanielsPalm Sunday, St Vincent by Clive Daniels

Living Fossil, Red Headed Agama Lizard by Ann Squire Runner up:
Living Fossil,
Red Headed Agama Lizard
by Ann Squire

THE SAM HOLLAND TROPHY FOR THE
MOST IMAGINATIVE PAINTING

Concrete & Steel 1 by Doug HartConcrete & Steel 1 by Doug Hart


Force Ten Off the Island by Beryl Richards Runner up:
Force Ten Off the Island
by Beryl Richards

VOTED BEST IN SHOW BY MEMBERS & GUESTS
AT THE PREVIEW EVENING

Living Fossil, Red Headed Agama Lizard by Ann SquireLiving Fossil, Red Headed Agama Lizard
by Ann Squire



Birman Cat by Georgina GibbonsRunner up:
Birman Cat
by Georgina Gibbons

THE FOSTER WELLS TROPHY FOR THE BEST
PAINTING IN THE EXHIBITION

(CHOSEN FROM THE PRIZE WINNERS)
Concrete & Steel 1 by Doug Hart
Venice at Dusk by Barbara Rousseau


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Certificates of Merit were awarded to:

Scouting at Fulford by Daniel ByrneScouting at Fulford
by Daniel Byrne
Watching by Michael ClareWatching
by Michael Clare
Storm by Tony CleggStorm
by Tony Clegg
Planter<br />by Janice FryPlanter
by Janice Fry
The Pheasant Banquet by Eileen PalmerThe Pheasant Banquet
by Eileen Palmer
Erythronium Pagoda by Linda PittErythronium Pagoda
by Linda Pitt
Solo by Pauline ScottSolo
by Pauline Scott
Bluebell Time by Rex TrayhorneBluebell Time
by Rex Trayhorne
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