The Best Sculpture Award

The BSAT Best Sculpture Award

The British Sporting Art Trust (BSAT) is a registered charity. No: 274256

Established in 1977 the purpose of BSAT is to bring together a representative collection of sporting art for public exhibition and to promote interest in the subject. In addition to the collection of British sporting paintings, prints and sculpture the Trust has a comprehensive library‚ and archive available to researchers.

The Trust runs an active membership programme with regular exhibitions at the Vestey Gallery of British Sporting Art in Newmarket and frequent visits and events. Two essays on sporting artists by leading experts are published each year.

The Trust generously sponsors an award for the Best Sculpture at an SEA exhibition each year.

Best Sculpture Award Winners


  • Winner: Juliet Cursham SEA – ‘The Favourite Hound’
  • Runner up: Anna Baxter SEA – ‘Colt’

2016 Juliet Cursham
2015 Juliet Cursham
2014 Matt Withington
2013 Amy Goodman
2012 Rupert Till
2011 Hrvoje Dumancic
2010 Belinda Sillars
2009 Lisa Borkowski
2008 Mary Weatherby
2007 Lorne McKean
2006 Judy Boyt
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2005 Gill Parker & Mary Beattie-Scott
2004 Mary Beattie-Scott
2003 Catriona McLeod
2002 Ian Rank Broadley
2001 Judy Boyt
2000 Phyllida Meacham
1999 Tessa Pullan
1998 Georgina Welch
1997 Gill Parker
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1996 Barry Peckham
1995 Juliet Cursham
1994 Tessa Pullan
1993 Juliet Cursham
1992 Erica Crouse
1991 Judy Boyt & Tessa Pullan
1990 Ann Baxter
1989 Tessa Pullan
1988 Priscilla Hann
1987 Craig Fletcher
1986 Tessa Pullan


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