12:35PM, Friday 17 February 2012
Artistic talent will emerge in the town centre this spring.
The sixth Art on the Street event will be held on Saturday, May 12, from 10am-5pm.
It will see Maidenhead High Street transformed into an outdoor gallery with a dazzling array of paintings, photographs and sculptures.
All the work will be for sale and the event is expected to attract thousands of people into Maidenhead.
Any artists can take part, paying £25 for a pitch and keeping all profits made from sales.
People are being called to register from 9.30am on Saturday, March 10. It can be done in person at A Boville Wright Ltd in the High Street and early arrival is recommended as queues are expected.
The not-for-profit event was started in 2009 by Boville's branch manager Marie Leonard with friends Harriet Brittaine, Steph Gay and town centre manager Steph James. It attracted 40 artists.
Today it can cater can for about 120 artists and is always fully booked.
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