Published: 14:12, 06 February 2009
An unusual sculpture is this year's winner of the Bentlif Art Prize.
Yoda and the Anamorph, by Jonty Hurwitz, was the overwhelming People's Choice winner.
The Bentlif Art Prize is a bi-annual art exhibition for Maidstone artists held at Maidstone Museum.
Jonty’s sculpture won the huge majority of the votes.
Claire Follett won the Judges' Prize for her piece called Freedom.
The Kent Messenger sponsored the exhibition and donated the £500 prize for the overall winner.
Both Jonty and Claire’s artwork will be on display in Rose Yard, in ‘Through the Looking Glass’ the council’s art space in the town centre.
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