MOMA Machynlleth have announced the winners of the 2022 Tabernacle Art Competition.

The theme for the competition was “Cartref” or “Home” with Steven Allan Griffiths, a two-time winner of the public vote, this year’s judge.

First Prize in the adult category went to Joseph Scrobb with his work of pyrography and watercolour on maple titled “The Grave of Gogmagog”.

He said: "My work is an expression of my engagement with that heritage, filtered through an autistic outsider’s perspective and influenced by my experiences with mental illness, while drawing upon my own research into history, folklore and landscape."

Second Prize, donated by The Friends of The Tabernacle, went to Kim Dewsbury with her oil painting titled “Moving Home”.

Third prize, donated by Wendy Fuller, goes to Alex Boyd Jones with her charcoal on paper work titled “On the Black Hill (The Vision #2)”.

In the Ages 11 and under category, the winner was five year old Tansi Butler with her pencil and watercolour painting titled “Beehive”.