01:03AM, Sunday 13 October 2013
Boville Art Shop's Charlotte Smith has been selected to exhibit her work at the Turner Contemporary in Margate, Kent.
The 21-year-old will display her 'Ephemeral Rays' exhibition, which began Wednesday and runs until Sunday, November 10, as part of the gallery's Platform Graduate Showcase.
The former Newlands Girls' School pupil's work focuses on how light and dust rest within space.
The exhibition will also be on show at 124 Studios' pop-up gallery in Nicholsons Walk for a week beginning on Thursday, November 7.
There has also been good news for Art on the Street co-director Harri Brittaine, who has made the final 50 of Artists & Illustrators magazine's artist of the year award.
Her piece 'Pink Feathers' will hang in the Mall Galleries in London between January 5-19.
Click here to vote for Harri's work.
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