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The 2015 Dunn School Art prize has been jointly awarded to Eleanor Minney and Mariette Moor with Lucy Gregory as runner up. All are third year students from The Ruskin School of Art.

Eleanor Minney’s two works in the medium of pencil, ink and mixed collage on tracing paper explore the theme of the artist as an outsider struggling to comprehend the complexities of scientific research. Minney said: “I am the outsider in wonderland…….These works record my impression of the remarkable and bewildering world of pathology.”

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