Homegrown talent on show at Preston’s Harris Museum and Art Gallery

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An exhibition celebrating creative talent from across Preston has launched.

The Harris Open will run until January 10, displaying work from hundreds of people who live or work locally.

Picture shows various artists at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston who have launch work from 100s of artists who live and work in the city of Preston.

Picture shows various artists at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston who have launch work from 100s of artists who live and work in the city of Preston.

The gallery has invited Preston-based artists to show off their work, including painting, photography, sculptures and textiles.

Youngsters were also able to enter the section for under 16s. 
Art by community groups that have been working closely with the Harris this year is also on show.

This year, first prize in the adults category went to Stephanie Fletcher for her Single Blade of Grass.

Second prize went to Tony Bartley for Yuri.

For under 18s, first prize was given to Liam Rainford, 17, for Flight.

Second prize went to three-year-old Noah Dobson for Saves The World.

Third prize for under 18s and adults will be decided by visitors to the exhibition.