Painting of sister wins artist major prize
A portrait of his sister has won an artist a £2,000 prize.
David Raine's work, My Sister, Emily, was chosen by judges as the winner of this year's Attenborough Prize.
The award is now in its fourth year. The shortlist is selected from entered works into The City Gallery's Open 22 exhibition at New Walk Museum and Art Gallery.
The prize is awarded to the best contemporary visual artist.
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Kathy Fawcett, exhibitions manager at The City Gallery said: "The selection committee for the 2010 Attenborough Prize was tremendously impressed with the inspirational quality of the shortlisted artworks, but the final decision, although tough, was unanimous."
Other shortlisted artists and artworks were: David Stevenson for Stars And Straps, Elisa Panerai for Chirping Wood, Bryan Hible for Dilemma, Harman Dickson for Giant Step and Steven Ingman for Department Store.
The Attenborough Prize was announced last night. The Open 22 exhibition runs from November 13 to January 9. All the art is for sale.