The results of fourth international Exeter Contemporary Open (eco) exhibition were revealed at the Exeter Phoenix.
“Always stimulating and engaging,” says the eco site, “often challenging, many previous exhibitors have gone on to enjoy notable successes in their artistic careers.”
Overall best artwork: Charlie Tweed (London) (pictured)
Best South West artist: Suzanne Mooney (Bristol)
Best new media artist: Hayley Lock (Suffolk)
Exhibition award: Angela Lizon (Bristol)
Editorial award: Mat Chivers (Devon)
The public choice award is open until noon Wednesday, October 21, where you have the chance to vote on your favourite art work.
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