Andrew O Takes Top Award at Sovereign Art Foundation
In December, Andrew O (Fifth Year) and Amelia S (Fourth Year) attended the Sovereign Art Foundation awards ceremony at Phillips Auction House in London’s Mayfair; accompanied by their parents, Ms Sito and Mr James.
They had been shortlisted as two of the top 20 pupils across all participating schools in the London area. It was an evening to celebrate the creativity of these pupils and their stunning artworks. Eminent judges from the art industry, including British artist Conrad Shawcross, Melanie Gerlis, Art market columnist for the Financial Times, and Nicky Carter the director and curator of The Groucho Club’s Art, were dazzled by the array of talent on display and crowned Andrew O as the overall winner!
He took home not only an impressively heavy trophy, but a substantial financial prize for both himself and our school.
This was the first time Caterham School has entered this prestigious competition, which raises money to support Art education and therapy around the globe.
Huge congratulations to both pupils on their fantastic achievement.