A new exhibition is currently on display at a gallery in the Staffordshire Moorlands.
The Gallery in Broad Street, Leek is currently home to an exhibition entitled 'Land and Sea'.
The artists who have contributed to the creative display hail from different parts of the country.
Penny Timmis is an elected member of the Society of Women Artists and works in mixed media.
Caroline Appleyard, who is a Derbyshire artist, paints quirky paintings in oil and is a member of British Naive artists society.
Manchester based artist Judith Donaghy's works have been hanging in the House of Commons recently.
Geoff Butterworth from Lancashire works in watercolours; while Ailsa Black is a Scottish artist who works in acrylics and her works are beginning to be very collectable and Leek's The Gallery is currently the only gallery in England who represent her with her originals.
Local artists also have work in the 'Land and Sea' exhibition which will run until the end of April. These include: Robin Ansell, Ivan Taylor, Craig Sumner, Eric Hood,Roger Allen and more.
Opening times of The Gallery in Broad Street, Leek are Tuesday to Saturday from 9am until 5pm.
For further details call 01538 372961 or visit www.lawrieart.co.uk.