ART fans have the chance to win a print of the top picture from the Visions of Sudbury exhibition.
Bures artist Steven Binks’ watercolour “Sudbury Market Hill” was voted the best entry at the show in October by visitors to St Peter’s in Sudbury, and is now being displayed with the top 14 entries at Bookends in Gaol Lane.
The first of 25 artist’s proofs is being offered as a prize to those who can answer the question “When was Sudbury’s Corn Exchange erected?” The answer can be found at the building itself.
Mr Binks said: “I think ‘Market Hill’ encapsulates all aspects of Sudbury, it is the heart of the town and the nerve centre where everyone congregates.
“I also wanted to get the Corn Exchange in, as it is such a memorable piece of architecture.”
Bookends owner Julia Prior said: “The picture has captured Sudbury in its essence. It is all about Sudbury with the Corn Exchange and the market,” she said.
Competition entries cost £1 each and can be made in Bookends, with the winner drawn on Thursday.