TALP Open Competitions
Welcome to the TALP Open Art Competitions
Call for entries to our TALP Open 2022 is now open!
Click here for full details and to enter for your chance to see your work exhibited and win art prizes worth up to £13,500!
Vote for your favourites to win the 2021 People's Choice Awards by October 20, 2021.
See entry terms and conditions to our 2022 TALP Open.
2022 PRIZE AWARDS
The following awards will be presented in our 2022 TALP Open Art competition.
The Artist Purchase Prize Award worth up to £3,000
One prize to purchase a work up to the value of £3,000
The Artist has been providing committed painters, from experienced amateurs to professionals, with inspiration and practical painting and drawing demonstrations designed to improve painting techniques since 1931.
Batsford Awards worth £600
Four prizes of Batsford art books to the value of £150 each
Founded in 1843, Batsford is an imprint with an illustrious heritage and an enviable reputation in the areas of design, embroidery and textiles, chess, heritage, art and architecture.
BritishContemporary.art Award worth £1,800
One year’s representation by BritishContemporary.art, the online gallery featuring the best of British artists
Run by Mark David Hatwood, BritishContemporary.art is an exciting new online platform for the sale of work from some of the best contemporary artists alive and working today.
Caran d’Ache/Jakar Awards worth £500
Two prizes of £250 worth of art materials
Caran d'Ache, established in 1915, produces a wide range of products including coloured pencils, graphite pencils, pastels and more.
Clairefontaine Awards worth £500
Two prizes of £250 worth of art products from the Graphic & Fine Art range
Clairefontaine has been producing high-quality fine art papers and more in the valley of Meurthe for more than 150 years.
Daler-Rowney Awards worth £500
Three prizes of sets of materials to the total value of £500
Daler-Rowney have been inspiring creativity since 1783, striving to be accessible, inclusive and innovative.
Parker Harris Online Mentoring Award worth £500
Two online mentoring sessions for one artist to help with professional development and marketing. Emma Parker and Penny Harris created Parker Harris in 1990. The partnership is now one of the leading visual arts consultancies in the UK. They are a small dynamic team who pride themselves in expert creation and project management of visual arts projects spanning all disciplines and all scales. Their clients range from trusts and foundations, SMEs and multinationals to charities, arts organisations and individual artists.
Leisure Painter Award worth £2,600
One prize of a showcase feature on a selected artist in Leisure Painter magazine
Leisure Painter Highly Commended Award
A subscription to Leisure Painter worth £100
Leisure Painter is the number one learn-to-paint magazine featuring practical painting and drawing tutorials from top art tutors.
The Artist Exhibition Awards worth £1,700
Up to 10 selected artists from the 2021 The Artist category will be awarded a mixed exhibition at Patchings Art Centre in 2022, worth £1,700
Patchings Award worth £350
A gift voucher worth £350 to be used at Patchings Art Centre in Nottinghamshire
Patchings Art Centre
Patchings Art Centre is a repurposed farm in Nottinghamshire, housing an arts centre with exhibition programme, annual art festival, art classes, shop and cafe.
ProArte The Artist Highly Commended Award
One prize of brushes to the value of £150
The ProArte artists' brush range offers synthetic or natural hair filaments in shapes to suit all art and craft purposes.
St Cuthberts Mill Awards worth £600
Three prizes of £200 worth of watercolour paper
St Cuthberts Mill
St Cuthberts Mill has been making paper since the 1700s, taking advantage of the pure waters of the River Axe.
Search Press Awards worth £350
Two prizes of £175 worth of art books
Search Press is the leading supplier of arts and crafts books in the UK, publishing beautiful and practical books
Winston Oh Award worth £400
A painting course worth up to £400 of your choice, provided by Winston Oh
Winston Oh paints in watercolours and teaches the medium at Dedham Hall in Dedham, on the Essex/Suffolk border, in what is known as 'Constable Country'.