Congratulations to all Year 5 winners of the 2017
'What will you be?' Competition
for Luton Primary schools
First Prize: Harley Wilson from Bramingham Primary School..
Harley has ambitions to be an archaeologist and the piece seemed to reflect so many aspects of this profession. The landscape shows detail and all the archaeologists are engaged in different activities. Harley wins an 'Art Day' in her school for Year 5 students. Lea Manor High School Artist in Residence Kirsten Jones will come to Bramingham Primary School and create a group piece. Well done Harley!
Second Prize: Polina Mardenova from Leagrave Primary School
This piece was a universal favourite! The scale of the planets and the shooting star, satellite and starry sky give a feeling of distance and wonder.. all information is clearly being noted down on the clipboard on the grass. Well done Polina!
Third Prize: Nathan Joseph from Warden Hill Junior School
A very popular piece.. we loved the detail and the well observed artworks in the artist's studio! There is a story to this drawing and Nathan has captured his future hairstyle really well!
Headteacher's Special Award: Hayden from Putteridge Primary School
Well.. what can we say? A fabulous explorer and so many animals, jumping, climbing and flyng, or just peering out at us the viewer! A very special prize for a special piece! Well done Hayden
Award for Imagination: Gabiel Borkowski from Warden Hill Primary School
A desk and room viewed as if from above.. with the detail in the background and a stunning miniature sketch of a building! well done, The colours.. well we loved the colours, which is why this was such a popular prize winner!
Award for Detail: Enqui He from Stopsley Primary school
Great reflection on the Spacesuit! every rivet is recorded along with references to the Union Jack and so much happening in the background !
Best Background: Prem from Leagrave Primary School
Very convincing and confident drawing, the tank is particularly good, well done!
Award for Imagination: Yousha Zoman from The Meads Primary school
Wow! great composition, and so much happening! We all want one of those spacecraft!
The Meads won the competition last year.. clearly a creative and talented bunch! watch out for details of the Art day with current Year 6 students, details follow soon!
Best Portrait Award: Jawad Asghar from Maidenhall Primary School
Jawad hopes to be an accountant and this piece captures the responsibility of this role and the smart suit required!
Well done to all the Highly Commended pieces shown below..
A very difficult competition to judge this year, well done to all students who entered, we loved seeing your ambitious ideas for the future!
Prizes for all winners and Highly Commended Artworks will be posted to schools.
All original artworks will be returned to schools at the same time.