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Bath exhibition wants local artists to show their work
All the way to the Piggy Bank by Jim Connolly
All the way to the Piggy Bank by Jim Connolly will be one of the works on show

Local artists are being invited to showcase their work at Bath Society of Artists' 105th annual exhibition.

The show, to be held at Bath's Victoria Art Gallery, will take place from 15 May to 18 June 2010.

The exhibition of more than 350 works, will include paintings, drawings and sculptures, including some by invited Bath artist, Jackie Harding.

There is also a section that is open for any artist to enter who is not a member of the society.

Jon Benington, manager of the Victoria Art Gallery, said: "The Bath Society of Artists' annual exhibition is our most popular fixture - last year's show was seen by over 14,000 visitors in five weeks.

"Visitors can prepare to be dazzled by the talent and sheer diversity of the works that will be on display, all of which are for sale."

During the exhibition members of the public will be invited to vote for their favourite piece of work, with the winner of the People's Choice Award receiving £500.

For further information on the exhibition and to find out more about entry requirements and how to take part, either call the Victoria Art Gallery on 01225 477 233 or visit their website.

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