Congratulations to our South London artist Wayne McGregor who is the Digital Photography Class Winner with his photograph ‘Out on the Tube’. Wayne’s artwork has evolved from his knowledge and passion for the London Transport system. He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the transport revolving around Greater London. From bus routes, tubes, trains and trams Wayne could recount a thousand journeys. Through this knowledge Wayne has created intricate drawings of the routes and journeys he has take. Wayne has developed these journeys in many mediums from stop frame animation to sound installations.
‘That must have been one of the hardest decisions of their lives, I can’t believe it!’ – Wayne.
Create! Art for Autism competition is organised by Beechwood Court Ltd and is open to young people aged 11-25, who have been formally recognised as having an Autistic Spectrum Condition or Asperger’s Syndrome. Entries to the competition must be made in one of the five categories – 2D, 3D, Digital Photography, Digital Animation or Poetry. Every year Create! works with a number of judges and supporters including Jane Asher, actress and author; Aaron Yorke, singer and songwriter; Alun Cairns MP; Darren Jackson, Director of Beechwood College; Anna Kennedy OBE, founder of Autism’s Got Talent; artist and lecturer at the University of South Wales Neil Burridge; educationalist and art examiner for the Welsh Joint Education Committee Steve Knapik MBE; arts editor of Bonhams Magazine Lucinda Bredin; and Michael Shaw of the Times Educational Supplement.
Image above © Wayne McGregor