Press release 29/05/2014      Click to download pdf version

 

Honor's Atmospheric Art work

 

Talented Wimbledon pre-schooler Honor de Montfort has won 3rd prize in The National Children's Day Art Competition at just 4 years old.

 

Honor, who has been attending Tot Art classes almost every week since she was 20 months old, was descibed by Wendy Briggs, founder of Tot Art, as "a well deserved winner".

 

Tot Art classes encourage children to respond in an individual way to skills & techniques taught; "Honor has developed the ability to translate her ideas on to paper and has become increasingly confident at handling a variety of media, which was obviously recognised by the judges" commented Wendy Briggs. Sandra Lipner, project Officer of National Children's Day UK who conveyed the happy news of Honor's win, called Honor's charcoal drawing & painting of trees "atmospheric".

 

National Children's Day UK was an idea established in May 2013 by The Save Childhood Movement, with the aim of it "becoming a major annual celebration of childhood" http://www.nationalchildrensdayuk.com/about-us.html

 

The other 2 winning entries for National Children's Day Art Competition, a video competition & a photo with caption competition can be seen here http://www.nationalchildrensdayuk.com/competition-winners.html

 

Tot Art was founded in 2005 by Wendy Briggs, professional Artist & award winning teacher of Art. Classes are run during term time in the upstairs hall of 37, Worple Road Wimbledon SW19 4JZ http://www.totart.co.uk  Tel: 020 85449049

 

 

Honor who has been coming to Tot Art classes with her grandfather almost every week since she was just 20 months old, holding up her winning work.

Honor's winning work

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Press release 19/05/2014   'Talented Wimbledon pre-schoolers' - Click for link to pdf