Pannett Art Gallery in Whitby is showcasing the works of more than 20 artists who took part in the North Yorkshire Open Studios event.
If you missed the event, this is the perfect chance for you to view the works of some local artists and other talented professional artists.
Items on display will include paintings, sculptures, willow, enamel and ceramics.
One of the local artists is Glaisdale-based jewellery designer and enameller Lynne Glazzard.
Lynne is particulary interested in colour and her work includes wall panels on steel and brightly coloured jewellery.
Loftus-based painter Clothylde Vergnes weaves her thoughts into the compositions of her paintings.
Her landscapes are both stylised yet recognisable interpretations of her surroundings.
Robin Hood’s Bay photographers Lou Hughes and Sue Webster are influenced by living in the coastal village.
Lou’s fascinating photographs capture a poetic, surreal and dreamlike world and Sue’s photographs respond to her passion for the sea, reflecting challenging nature.
Fylingthorpe’s Rebecca Corner works with willow to create a diverse range of animals and insects.
Ravenscar painter Bren Head’s subjects range from sensitive portraits to abstract landscapes depicting traces and remains of past lives.
These artists’ works and many more will be on show for all to appreciate
The exhibition can be enjoyed from today through to Sunday 17 July from 9.30am-4.30pm.
The gallery is closed on Mondays.
Admission to the gallery is free.