Trophy winners 2017

The Singleton Rose Bowl for the Artwork Receiving the Most Votes by Visitors to the Exhibition

awarded to Jane Topham for ‘The Beachcombers’ (acrylic)



The Harry Hudson Rodmell Salver for Best Exhibit in the Exhibition

awarded to Pam Williams for ‘Walking the dog’ (watercolour)     


The Wynn Harrison Trophy for Flower Painting

Blanche Lee for ‘Fantasy Iris’


The Lady Strickland-Constable Trophy for Portraiture (human portraiture only)

awarded to Claude Hargreaves for ‘Simon’ (acrylic)


The Dick French Trophy for Landscape

awarded to Gillian Sturt for ‘Swaledale’ (watercolour)


The John Lloyd Harris Salver for An East Riding Scene

awarded to Jane Topham for ‘The Lane to Wassand Hall’ (photo decoupage)


The Molly & Frank Wainwright Trophy for A View of Hornsea

awarded to Pam Williams for ‘Walking the dog’ (watercolour)



The Eileen Meacock Memorial Trophy for Monochrome

awarded to Ray Russell for ‘Wife’s Pony’ (scraper board engraving)


The Phyllis Cox Trophy for Sculpture

awarded to Lesley Webb for ‘Pink Flamingo’ (fabric/resin)


The Hornsea Art Society Abstract Award for Abstract & Contemporary

awarded to Ed Rust for ‘Ypres Trench’ (mixed media)


The Alan Marsh Trophy for the 2017 designated theme: ‘Ancient and Modern’

awarded to Phil Hargreaves for ‘Eros’ 


The Rod and Mavis Hardwick Memorial Trophy for Nostalgia

awarded to Lesley Webb for ‘Make Do and Mend’ (mixed media)


The Catherine Hainsworth Award for Animals & Wildlife

awarded to Janet Stott for ‘African Elephants’ (acrylic)


The Mally Simons Trophy for anything outside the categories listed above

awarded to David Dawson for ‘Staithes at Night’ (oil)


The John Cherry Award to a Hornsea School (Eastgate) Pupil, any year, for Artistic Merit

awarded to Harvey Bates


The Mike Gunnell Shield to a Hornsea Community Primary School Pupil, Year 6, for Creative Ability

awarded to Jamie Moynes for ‘Blue Whale’


The Geoff Bell Trophy to a Hornsea Burton Primary School Pupil, Year 6, for Creative Ability

awarded to Lucy Sharpe