Winner of our British wildlife painting competition
Jacqueline Trice announced as winner of our British wildlife painting competition.
As part of our Virtual Patchings Festival this summer, wildlife artist, Paul Hopkinson, demonstrated a watercolour painting of a kestrel, live over two days. You can watch recordings of Paul's demonstration by clicking here.
Paul then offered the finished painting as a competition prize for the best British wildlife painting, with the £1 entry fee going to the Devon Wildlife Trust.
Of all the entries, Paul selected Kind Words are Like Honey (see below) by Jacqueline Trice as the winning entry saying;
'What a lovely selection of paintings and all worthy of winning. Each one has it's own charm and quality, some bright and colourful and others very detailed and excellent attention to the finer side of painting.
'However, there has to be a winner, and the one I have chosen is Jacqueline Trice for her wonderfully detailed bee painting. When I look at this piece I can reflect the time and patience this painting has take to complete due to the level of detail I prefer to work with. A colourful, busy, observational and clever painting indeed, a worthy winner.'
Many congratulations to Jacqueline on her win.