New Light Prize Exhibition
New Light was established in 2010 to celebrate and promote Northern art. This biennial Prize Exhibition is now one of the UK’s largest and most celebrated open exhibitions. The tour returns to Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery this Autumn, before travelling on to Bankside in London where the tour concludes.
The exhibition brings together over 125 pieces of contemporary art, showcasing well-known and emerging artists. The artworks range from printmaking to sculpture, from the hyperreal to the purely abstract.
Featured artists include Isobel Peachey, the youngest female artist ever to paint the monarch, former prize winner Christopher Cook and a host of Cumbrian associated talent: Alan Stones. Catherine MacDiarmid, Georgie Clough, Jade Miners, Lionel Playford, Eddie Potts, Harriet Fraser, Imogen Perkin, Janet Kenyon, Kevin Chester, Mark Gibbs and Richard Foster.
Fun, by Alan Stones
Summoning Deadly Spirits, by Mark Gibbs
Beaks (From an Ending to New Beginnings, John Clare), by Brian Shields
Behind the Corpse Bride Paint, by Catherine McDiarmid
Spilled Sunlight, by Cat Moore
Ali, by Neil Helyard
Forlorn, by Victor Harris
Header image: Fun, by Alan Stones