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Winnipeg's Gueray, Taite finalists in national art competition

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Robert Taite’s piece, Untitled Work from Always Somewhere Else.

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Robert Taite’s piece, Untitled Work from Always Somewhere Else.

Two Winnipeg artists, Ufuk Gueray and Robert Taite have been named finalists for the 16th annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition.

Gueray’s oil and acrylic painting Market, and Taite’s piece, Untitled Work from Always Somewhere Else are among 15 paintings that will vie for a $25,000 top prize and two $15,000 honourable mentions.

The winner will be announced Oct. 1 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

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Updated on Monday, June 16, 2014 at 2:32 PM CDT: 15 paintings will vie for the top prize.

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