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Railway painting wins first prize in Paint Out Norwich

I won the overall first prize in this year's Paint Out Norwich.

My painting of Carrow Road didn't win any prizes but another painting I made, Keeping track of time, won the first prize in Norwich Paint Out.

All Paint Out works will be on show at the Norwich Cathedral Hostry until 28th October. You can read about the event on the website of the Eastern Daily Press and the Paint Out Norwich website.

The winning watercolour and ink pen painting of railways tracks near Norwich station. (c) 2017 by Eloise O'Hare.

The winning painting, Keeping track of time.

A selfie of me with the painting of railway tracks near Norwich station. (c) 2017 by Eloise O'Hare.

A selfie made after finishing the painting. I made this painting on the Monday (16th October).

A watercolour painting of Norwich, painted on Mousehold Heath. (c) 2017 by Eloise O'Hare.

A view of Norwich from Mousehold Heath. This painting was part of an Paint Out event in which dozens of artist painted on Mousehold.

A watercolour painting of Cotman House, Norwich. (c) 2017 by Eloise O'Hare.

A painting of Cotman House. This was another painting I made on the Monday (16th October).

A painting of Peter's Market, including the Sir Garnet pub. (c) 2017 by Eloise O'Hare.

St Peter's market, painted on the Tuesday (17th October).

A painting of the Boer War Memorial, Norwich. (c) 2017 by Eloise O'Hare.

The Boer War Memorial. This is the second painting I did on the Tuesday.

Katie Jon Went, Eloise O'Hare and Marcus Dickey Horley. (c) by Simon Finlay.

Posing with Katy Jon Went (Paint Out organiser) and Marcus Dickey Horley (one of the judges) and the cheque. Photo by Simon Finlay.