CAVC student Craig wins Cowbridge Art Prize

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CAVC student Craig wins Cowbridge Art Prize

8 August 2014

Cardiff and Vale College student Craig Ollerton has won this year’s Cowbridge Art Group Annual Prize. Two other CAVC students were Highly Commended in the competition.

The 30-year-old from Cardiff was presented with £100 and a certificate by judge Regine Williams and Maureen Frost on behalf of Cowbridge Art Group. Craig, who has just completed his WJEC Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, won over the judges with his ‘Gateway to Wales’ poster; part of a graphics project promoting the country as a tourist destination.

The two students who were selected as Highly Commended also received certificates. Foundation Degree in Ceramics student Spencer Penn, 42 and from Penarth, was praised for his hand-thrown ceramics and 20-year-old Level 3 Art & Design student Sami Shah was commended for his fashion brand promotional poster.

CAVC Art & Design Lecturer Adrian Metcalfe said: “The judge, Regine Williams, stressed the difficulty in making the decision due to the high quality of all the work on display. She felt all students were worthy of commendation and that the show demonstrated the high level of ability across Cardiff and Vale Art & Design Courses.

“Regine found the professionalism of the students in presenting their work and the range of subjects they examined, particularly impressive. The exhibition represented the quality of the course at Cardiff and Vale College and the strength of the teaching team.”

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