A MIXTURE of artists have come together for an exhibition in Wirral.
A colourful array of paintings, photographs and artwork is on display in an exhibition called Wirral Visions, bringing together a culmination of different styles and techniques created by several artists.
Appearing will be work by artist John Wharton, depicting inspiration from everyday life.
Tony Kenwright, a former press photographer, has exchanged his camera for canvas and acrylics.
Artist Linda Mary Evans creates compositions working with felt.
She said: “Since graduating with a degree in fine art from Wirral Met in 2009 I have concentrated on painting the beautiful landscapes of north Wales and the docklands of Birkenhead.
“I have recently discovered the art of felt making, and from this I created 'felt painting'. This involves using the strokes of coloured fibres instead of brush strokes and paint.
“I then add definition and detail to the picture with machine and hand stitching.”
'Wirral Visions' is being held at Rathbone Studio on Argyle Road, Birkenhead until Saturday, March 16.
Gallery owner and potter Janet Holmes said: “There will be lots of artwork on display from a variety of artist including photographs and paintings of recognisable locations by Dave Venables.
“In deep contrast to Dave's photographs are the sensitive images by George Evans, a retired firefighter who has come to photography quite recently.
“The art display shows very familiar local scenes plus abstract impressions. Tom Allport's wonderful painting 'Buster' (the dog) has a unique style and humour.”
The exhibition is open Tues to Sat, 3pm to 6pm.