Day Out by Viktoria Kroejeva.

FOUR CLARE artists have been shortlisted for the Zurich Young Portrait Prize competition at the National Gallery of Ireland.

Katie Cashin, Viktoria Kroejeva, Cathal Ryan and Aoife Sweeney have made the shortlist of twenty, there had been hundreds of initial entries.

My friend Olivia is the title of Katie’s work, Viktoria has named hers Day Out, Pastel Sky by Aoife and Bullman by Cathal are also in the running for honours.

26 artists, working across a variety of media, have made it through to the final stage of the Zurich Portrait Prize, while 20 young artists aged between four and eighteen years old have been shortlisted for the Zurich Young Portrait Prize.

Now running for its fourth year, the Zurich Young Portrait Prize returns will select five winners, one from each respective age category and an overall winner. Winners will receive a bespoke art box and a cash prize. The overall competition winner will be awarded a personalised wooden box of high-quality art materials, specific to their choice of material in their portrait, and a cash prize of €500. All twenty shortlisted entrants will have their artwork professionally framed/prepared. This year’s Zurich Young Portrait Prize judges are: Janet McLean, curator, National Gallery of Ireland; Nick Roche, comic illustrator; and Una Sealy RHA, artist.

Exhibitions of shortlisted works in both competitions run at the National Gallery of Ireland between 26 November 2022 and 2 April 2023. The exhibition will then travel to the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, where it will be displayed between 3 June and 2 September 2023.

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