Britain's Best Young Artist

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Britain's Best Young Artist

A look back at the best bits of the series and how the winner came to be crowned Britain’s Best Young Artist.

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Series 2
It’s the final, and Ricky and Sadie are joined by guest judge Mark Miller to crown the champion.
The three artists are set the challenge of creating a work of art on the theme of community for celebrity commissioner Dr Ronx.
Competing for the last semi-final place, the artists turn their hand to modern art and are challenged to create their own cubist masterpiece.
The three artists are challenged to create the perfect portrait of someone close to them.
Competing to make it through to the third semi-final, the three artists must create fan art masterpieces.
It’s the second semi-final, and the artists must create an aviation masterpiece for presenter Riyadh Khalaf.
It’s the cartoon round, and the three artists must create their own original cartoon that perfectly tells a story.
For the landscape round, the artists must try and capture classic landscape art inspired by the legendary JMW Turner.
It’s the botanical round, and the three artists have to create a piece of art that perfectly captures the beauty of nature.
In the first of the semi-finals, the three artists have to create a masterpiece inspired by Newcastle for celebrity commissioner Tilly Lockey.
Three young artists must create a stunning picture of food. Who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
Three young artists must create a piece of art based on a horse in movement. Who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
It’s the collage round, and three young artists must create a piece of art using photos they took in Blackpool - but who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
Series 1
It’s the modern art round, and three young artists must create a piece of art based on a piece of music. But who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
It’s the still life round, and three young artists must create a piece of art based on the three personal objects. But who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
It’s the collage round, and three young artists must create a piece of art based on the coastline of Anglesey. But who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
It’s the street art round, and three young artists must create a piece of art based on the letters of their name. But who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
It’s the animal art round, and three young artists must create a piece of art based on a wolfdog. Who will impress the judges and go through to the semi-finals?
It’s the second of the semi-finals, and three artists must create a piece of art for Dr Alex George. But who will impress the judges and go through to the Grand Final?
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