Ace tiger picture wins Welwyn Garden City teenager Jack a prize

AT the age of just 16, Jack Bishop from WGC is the proud owner of an artist s easel – worth �350. The youngster, currently studying for his GCSEs, won first prize in the Ace Arts spring exhibition with his fantastic acrylic painting Tiger. His career in

AT the age of just 16, Jack Bishop from WGC is the proud owner of an artist's easel - worth �350.

The youngster, currently studying for his GCSEs, won first prize in the Ace Arts spring exhibition with his "fantastic" acrylic painting Tiger.

His career in the art world already looks promising with a place already secured at Oaklands College studying art and design

Mum Liz said: "Jack has always loved to draw, but only took up painting a year ago."

Alex Bayer manager of Ace Arts, based in Tewin Court, Tewin Road, WGC, added: "It's so good that this fantastic prize has gone to such a deserving and talented youngster.

"We are very keen to encourage children to get involved in art."

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For more information on Ace Arts and any upcoming workshops call Alex Bayer on 01707 390955.

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