Apply 2024
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The Contemporary British Painting Prize 2024 First Prize £8000 + moreHighly Commended Award £2000Blyth Gallery Exhibition Award£400 exhibitor’s fee for all shortlisted artistsThree exhibitionsTwo full-colour catalogues Key Dates “The stated aim of Contemporary British Painting is to explore and promote … Read More

Graham Crowley
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Graham Crowley I paint shadows. I’m intrigued by luminosity in painting. This is the driving force behind LIGHT INDUSTRY*. I’ve always been fascinated by those of Manet. The way in which the image and the painting (as its own object) … Read More

Lara Davies
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Lara Davies Lara’s paintings are a direct response to the environment she inhabits. Her paintings act as photograms, absorbing the life around her, be it the communal existence of her shared house in London, or the wilderness of the Highlands … Read More

Angelina May Davis: Artist of the Month
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Artist of the Month May 2024: Angelina May Davis, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Angelina May Davis’s paintings are fabrications, plundering imagery from childhood TV and art his-tory. She is interested in thinking about the past and what shapes us, … Read More

2023 Contemporary British Painting Prize
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“The work of a painter is a solitary procedure. It is a privilege to have been allowed this insight into the work and compulsions of so many dedicated artists practicing over the breadth of the country.” Susan Gunn, joint CBP … Read More

Amanda Ansell – Accounts
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A painter based in Suffolk, Amanda maintains and reconciles our CBP accounts, managing budgets and sales, working closely with our Treasurer, Marius, to support the Committee. Amanda is a former committee member.

Jenny Eden
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Jenny Eden Emerging from a process of close making and the complex relationship between two active ‘objects of being’, my paintings embody the potential for visual and psychological oscillation. The exchange between painter and painting arrives at curious and insubstantial … Read More

Katie Pratt
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Katie Pratt Katie Pratt’s paintings generate emergent patterns that emanate from chaotic beginnings and then – through the painting process – develop an idiosyncratic internal logic. Systems are designed in response to chance and gestural features in the painted ground. … Read More

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