TALENTED Sun reader Suzan Inceer loves turning rubbish into works of art and now she’s top of the pile.
Suzan, 56, is the winner of our Great Big Art Exhibition competition, judged by one of our greatest living artists.
Sir Antony Gormley, genius creator of the Angel Of The North, launched our contest to cheer up Britain’s streets by displaying art works of animals in our homes during lockdown.
He also donated one of his unique dog sculptures as a prize for the best animal artwork.
And after a Sun panel sifted through the hundreds of entries from readers aged from three to 93, Suzan’s giant dragonfly made out of recycled bottles was declared the winner.
Sir Antony, 70, said: “I was delighted by the brilliant entries and it was very difficult to make a decision.
‘I’M SO HONOURED’
“But the combination of materials and imagination made Suzan the clear winner.”
Suzan, from Bournemouth, said: “I’m so honoured to have won and been chosen by Antony Gormley himself.
“I’m walking on air. The little dog is amazing.
“It was a total surprise. I didn’t expect to win in a million years because there were so many lovely entries from children.
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“I thought he’d choose one of them.”
Suzan has created art all her life and specialises in crafting pieces out of junk.
She added: “I concentrate on art that makes people laugh or surprises them.”
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