Brent schoolgirl’s artwork highly recommended in Transport for London competition
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Artwork by a schoolgirl from Brent will go on display on Transport for London’s website after it was commended in a poster competition.
Lisa Patel, a pupil at the Swaminarayan School in Brentfield Road, Neasden, was a runner-up in the Labyrinth Schools Poster Competition organised by TfL.
Lisa’s poster and eight others were given the thumbs up by Turner prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger who judged the London-wide contest.
The three winning entries will be displayed in London Underground stations from today.
More than 800 entries from 49 schools across 27 London boroughs entered the competition.
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Mr Wallinger said: “It’s been wonderful to see such an impressive array of personal responses by so many children and young people across the city who I hope will continue to engage with the artworks and the ideas behind them for years to come.”
To see Lisa’s work visit http://art.tfl.gov.uk/.
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