Publications & Prizes

Alastair's art has been featured in several magazine articles and has received numerous prizes, please feel free to download the articles for your personal enjoyment.

Leisure Painter March 2004: "Drawing Glass by Alastair Lockwood"

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Painting with Watercolour Issue 37 2004: "Reflective Surfaces"

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2002 - Stabilo prize - SGFA annual exhibition - "The Dark Forest"*
2002 - Caran d'Ache prize-UKCPS annual exhibition - "The Flowering Lillies" (no prints of that)
2002 - Card competition - UKCPS - "Great Oaks from Little Acorns" (See below)
2003 - Public vote - UKCPS Keswick exhibition - "Midnight Snack" *
2003 - First Prize & Public vote - UKCPS annual exhibition - "On Reflection, its Jelly" *
2003 - Demonstration feature - Leisure Painter March issue (See above)
2004 - Picture feature in 'Painting with Watercolour' issue 37 - "On reflection, its Jelly' *
2004 - Karisma prize - UKCPS annual exhibition - "Spirited Illumination" * - Public vote - UKCPS annual exhibition - "Morning Glory" *

*Prints available, please visit the gallery

Winner of the UKCPS 2002 Card Competition 'Great Oaks from little Acorns Grow' From an original coloured pencil painting by Alastair Lockwood 2002 Winner of the UKCPS 2002 Card Competition

"Great Oaks from little Acorns Grow"
From an original coloured pencil painting by Alastair Lockwood ©2002

Alastair's comments about his design:
"The hand holding the pencil, whilst drawing, speaks for itself. The hand holding the acorn represents the observational skill of the artist. The three pencils symbolise the primary root of all colour. The single leaf portrays one year's growth for the society and the acorn symbolises the potential of something small that will grow into something large and enduring."

 

The United Kingdom Coloured Pencil Society The United Kingdom Coloured Pencil Society

It is hereby certified that Alastair Lockwood has this day been admitted a signature member to the United Kingdom Coloured Pencil Society and is entitled to the designation CPS.

22nd August 2004 - Bob Ebdon (Founder)

 

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