THE LATEST art exhibition has been unveiled at Pocklington Arts Centre, and culture vultures can expect a double dose of talent.
The latest display will be available to view in The Studio area of the Market Place venue for the next month, with work from Trudy Weir and Richard Barnes.
Trudy’s expertise is in hand-crafted ceramics, with Richard offering up a collection of paintings from the Yorkshire landscapes to cityscapes.
Over 40 pieces of work are on display and are available to view free during Arts Centre opening hours.
Arts officer for the venue, Helen Steele, said: “This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to experience two extremely talented artists. Within their individual fields each demonstrates an ability to produce artworks that are imaginative and vibrant.
“Richard’s large paintings truly capture the beauty and serenity of the Wolds landscape and, in contrast, his cityscapes explode into bright vibrant colour.
“Trudy’s three-dimensional free-standing and wall pieces are very tactile and her subtle use of slips gives a very pleasing finish.
“I am very exited about this joint exhibition and I’m sure the visitors will enjoy the variety of exhibition.”