Judging for art academy exhibition begins

PUBLISHED: 13:00 27 September 2012


ARTISTS from all over the country have submitted work for the 160th autumn exhibition at Bristol's Royal West of England Academy, which could see their work hang alongside names such as HRH The Prince of Wales.

More than 2,000 pieces have been submitted and pre-selection will begin with the online submissions being judged by a panel of academicians representing the academy.

RWA’s president, Janette Kerr said: “We look for quality of execution and what impact the work has. The autumn exhibition needs to be as representative of current art practice as possible. We do our best to ensure that the exhibition does this justice.”

Prices from just £25 make this annual show an eclectic mix of work by unknown, emerging and established artists to suit all tastes and pockets.

The exhibition, which will be open from October 21 to December 30, will showcase the cream of painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture and architecture.

For more information contact 01179 735129.

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