Graduate talent showcase work at gallery

Tuesday 08 January 2013 Updated: 09/01 17:01

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SOME of the country's emerging young artists are showcasing their work at a city gallery this month.

The annual Graduate Show at Bevere Gallery features the work of 19 talented artists who graduated from universities and art colleges across the country last summer.

The show - which runs until January 26 - includes original paintings, studio ceramics, handmade jewellery and wooden pieces of artwork with visitors able to buy items which catch their eye.

A body of work called One Year On by Chris Taylor, who was voted last year's Bevere Gallery Graduate Show winner, will also be on display.

People can take the chance while visiting the exhibition to vote for their favourite graduate from this year's show.

Everyone who registers a vote will go into a draw with one person winning a £100 voucher to spend at the gallery.

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