ArtFund Raises Money for Museums with Edible Masterpieces Created by the Public

For the second year, the Art Fund has asked people to create edible copies of masterpieces as part of a fundraising initiative for British museums and galleries. The competition challenged the public to create edible versions of their favourite works of art. First place went to a satsuma recreation of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel fresco painting, submitted by Priley Riley, 21, who is in the final year of her Fine Art degree at Loughborough University. The judges praised the winning masterpiece's inspiring use of ingredients saying, "What distinguished this entry was imagination – it stood out straight away".

Find out more about ArtFund's Edible Masterpieces here.