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Derbyshire Life Landscape Painter of the Year Competition 2016

PUBLISHED: 12:22 01 September 2016 | UPDATED: 12:22 01 September 2016

Derbyshire Life Landscape Painter of the Year

Derbyshire Life Landscape Painter of the Year

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Are you inspired by our spectacular county? Would you love to have a chance to show your work in a gallery? Enter Derbyshire Life's new competition to find the Landscape Painter of the Year 2016

Cotton Grass near Curbar Edge by Rex Preston  www.rexpreston.comCotton Grass near Curbar Edge by Rex Preston www.rexpreston.com

Are you inspired by our spectacular county? Would you love to have a chance to show your work in a gallery? Enter Derbyshire Life’s new competition to find the Landscape Painter of the Year 2016.

The competition is open to amateurs and professionals resident in Derbyshire and the Peak District. It offers a chance to have your work on show as well as win a cash prize of £250.

The prize:

An opportunity to exhibit your work alongside other finalists

A feature in Derbyshire Life

A first prize of £250

To enter email a photograph of each artwork (up to three artworks), including the title of each work, the medium and where they were painted and a brief biography of yourself to painter@derbyshirelife.co.uk.

Closing date is 5th December 2016.

The finalists will be announced in our March issue.

Rules of the competition

Open to residents of Derbyshire and the Peak District.

Must be own work.

Must be a painting – can include oils, acrylic and watercolour on canvas, paper or board.

Must be new work (not previously shown or sold) and available for exhibition – date to be fixed.

Age limit – over 18.

The judges’ decision is final.

Archant reserve the right to use images in future publicity.

Number of entries limited to three works of art per person.

All normal Archant competition terms and conditions apply. Visit www.derbyshirelife.co.uk

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