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Karl, Joshua and VG&M Director Matthew Clough who was a judge
The winner and runner-up entries of a children’s art competition will be on display in the Victoria Gallery & Museum (VG&M) until the end of February.
‘Liverpool Through Your Eyes’ was a competition designed by the owner of Batty and Dexter opticians, Karl Spinks, and encouraged children to look around Liverpool, decide on their favourite place and submit a drawing or paining of it.
The curators at the VG&M were so impressed by the quality of the children’s artwork they have decided to display the entries in the Waterhouse Café for the public to enjoy.
The winner, seven-year-old Joshua Egenti, won an all-expenses paid trip to Lapland with his family.
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