The Scottish Landscape Awards is the biggest and most ambitious survey of contemporary landscape art in Scotland today. Showcasing 133 artworks selected from 2,800 entries, the exhibition includes emerging artists alongside established professionals. Each of the selected works reflect all dimensions of natural and man-made environments including those that are imaginary, surreal, abstract, documentary, ecological and realistic across a wide range of media – from painting, sculpture, drawing and miniatures, to film, animation, audioscapes and virtual reality.
The judging panel included influential art-world figures Ade Adesina RSA, Marian Leven RSA, David Mach RA HRSA, Barbara Rae RA CBE RA RSA RSW (chair), and Jane and Louise Wilson RA.
The exhibition includes the £10,000 first prize winning artwork ‘BASS ROCK’ by Kate Davis and David Moore.
Open to anyone over 16 years, born, living or studying in Scotland, regardless of experience, the Scottish Landscape Awards is Scotland’s newest and biggest prize for contemporary landscape art, giving visibility to a mix of well-established artists as well as newcomers across a diversity of styles. It is managed by the Scottish Arts Trust, a registered charity dedicated to promoting the arts in Scotland which also manages the Scottish Portrait Awards. The next Scottish Landscape Awards will be held in 2025.
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