Luxembourg Art Prize 2020

This is my NEW collection for the Luxembourg Art Prize 2020 which closes on the 31st August 2020.

Number 01 Euphoric Smile – Spray Painting On Artist Board.

Fast-paced life mixed with social media, allows everyone to hide behind the internet’s colourful smile. The size of the piece is 40 x 40cm / 16 x 16 in. This is shown in a dark black frame

Number 02 – Paths of Tomorrow – Spray Painting On Artist Board.

The transportation of mixed emotions in colour. When you find the right emotion it will be the picture to change the future.

The size of the piece is 40 x 40cm / 16 x 16 in. This is shown in a dark black frame

Number 03 – Walking Tall – Spray Painting On Artist Board.

You don’t have to be tall to stand tall, you just have to think tall to be standing.

The size of the piece is 40 x 40cm / 16 x 16 in. This is shown in a dark black frame

Number 04 – Life Lines – Spray Painting On Artist Board

An artist perspective of one of the memorable and most iconic colours that stuck in my head from flags to winning lines for Martini racing in the 80s. It is so easy to lose track of time when you’ve got your head down. My advice is to look up if you want to slow your life down.

The size of the piece is 40 x 40cm / 16 x 16 in. This is shown in a dark black frame

About The Luxembourg Art Prize

The Luxembourg Art Prize has been running started in 2015 and now has an annual prize organised by the Pinacotheque, this is a private and non-profit museum situated in the Grand Duchy in Luxembourg.

The purpose of the competition is to discover all kinds of artistic talents from around the world. It doesn’t matter if you are an amateur or professional artist and there is absolutely no restriction on nationality or age. The winner receives significant help in the form of a grant of €50’000 which in the UK is around £45,000.

What Would I Spend The Grant On If I won?

This prize money would help me find somewhere suitable to work away from noise and disturbances. I think it would change my life for the better and in 2021 I would be able to produce some incredible pieces on a much larger scale.

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