The Top Twenty judging panel this year were: John Carrod, Art Director, Venue Magazine, Cllr David Bard, Chairman, SCDC and Chris Williams, Williams Art. From the chosen twenty the Overall Winner and five runners-up were selected for the Rheebridge Awards. See the artwork below. From January 1st 2015 all the Top Twenty artists artists will be featured on this website including, for the first time, the young winner of CAYAC, Cambridgeshire Area Young Artist Competition.

A special exhibition of the Top Twenty is taking place at Williams Art in Cambridge until December 31st. It was opened on Tuesday 25th of November by the Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Gerri Bird.

2014 Overall Winner: Steve Ferris, seen below (back left) with Chris Williams of Williams Art, and front row, the Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Gerri Bird and David and Sue Rapley from Rheebridge.


Below, the 5 Runners Up

  • John Glover
  • Emma James
  • Jane Lynas
  • Irene Wilkes
  • Edgar Collinson

John Glover: “Betty in her studio” 80 x 100cm; Pen, ink and wash17-John-Glover-

Emma James: “Division” 105 x 129cm; Mixed media02-Emma-James-Division

Jane Lynas: “River Reflections” 45 x 45cm; Inks on paper06-Jane-Lynas-

Irene Wilkes: “The Sound of the Sea” 80 x 100cm;  Acrylics, oils, mixed media04-Irene-Wilkes-

Edgar Collinson: “Walking the Fens” 48 x 56cm; Digital art10-Edgar-Collinson-