Who Are Winsor & Newton’s Water Colour Revolution Winners?
The Winsor & Newton Water Colour Revolution event at the Saatchi Gallery, London was a huge success!
There were lots of entries but the Winsor & Newton’s Water Colour Revolution Winners were Helen Wells and Alberto Sacco. Congratulations to you both! Helen and Alberto had their work exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery in London, alongside some of the UK’s most talented water colour artists.
Artists Andy Wood, Denis Ryan, Peter Haslam Fox, Julia Farrer, Fay Ballard and Louisa Chambers, all created artwork for the evening using the new Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour Sticks and Winsor & Newton Water Colour Markers.
On being announced as one of the Water Colour Revolution Winners, Helen Wells said “Wow, wow, wow. Thank you so much lovely Winsor & Newton!”
Alberto Sacco, the other Water Colour Revolution Winner, created the vibrant, stained glass like “La citta vecchia”.
The differing subject matter and painting style of the chosen Water Colour Revolution Winners successfully show the versatility of water colour as a medium.
It is refreshing to see water colour being used in an increasingly varied and freer way.
The Water Colour Revolution Event:
This exclusive event was held for just one night at the Saatchi Gallery. Pullingers Art Shop was there along with 50 lucky Winsor & Newton fans who won tickets to the event and what a very merry occasion it was!
Live music was playing and champagne flowing while artists, journalists and students road tested the new Professional Water Colour Sticks and Markers. Peter Haslam Fox and Louisa Chambers were demonstrating some live art which was fascinating to see!
We were very impressed with the work of the Water Colour Revolution Winners and that of the Winsor & Newton Water Colour Revolution Artists. Thank you Winsor & Newton for a very enjoyable evening!
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Where you at the Winsor & Newton Water Colour Revolution? What did you think?