Jackson’s Painting Prize 2022 Exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead

Janice K. Johnson


For the first time since 2019, Jackson’s exhibited shortlisted and winning artworks from this year’s Jackson’s Painting Prize at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead.

 

Artworks by Miranda Boulton and Robert Senior on display at Jackson’s Painting Prize exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead.

 

The show was a huge success and the works from both of the winners and finalists from this year and last year were exhibited. This year, the artwork was hung on white walls and curated by colours and sizes, to ensure some of the delicate, smaller works were able to breathe in amongst the show. Three of the artworks in Jackson’s stand were purchased by art buyers at the fair, with thousands more viewing the exhibition.

 

Artworks by Jackson’s Painting Prize 2022 winner, Lorena Levi.

 

Alongside multiple other finalists, Lorena Levi & Miranda Boulton, 2022 & 2021 Jackson’s Painting Prize winners, attended the private view and the evening was captured by Jackson’s in-house photography team.

 

Artwork by Emerging Artist Award winner, Zuzanna Pieczyńska.

 

Thank you to the artists who exhibited their work: Lorena Levi, Miranda Boulton, Ki Yan Yoong, Robert Senior, Elaine Woo Macgregor, Sarah Longworth-West, Hersilia Loeca, Lucy Cade and Zuzanna Pieczyńska.

 

Opening night of the Jackson’s Painting Prize exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead.

 

Artwork by Lucy Cade.

 

 

 

 

Winner of Jackson’s Painting Prize 2022, Lorena Levi.

 

Shortlisted artist, Hersilia Leoca.

 

Scenes Of Everyday Life category prize winner, Robert Senior.

 

Jackson’s Painting Prize winner 2021, Miranda Boulton.

 

See more of the longlisted, shortlisted and winning art works from Jackson’s Painting Prize 2022 and previous years at jacksonsart.com/paintingprize

 

Jackson's Painting Prize 2022

James Lenton

James managed Jackson’s Painting Prize 2022. He studied Illustration in Falmouth, graduating in 2017, and moved to London to pursue his love of art and drawing. 





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