An open garden weekend combined with Art in the Garden in Lower Peasedown provided a colourful opportunity for visitors to take in the colour of summer.
Members of the Radstock – based Old Bakery Artists created the art including paintings, ceramics and photography.
Visitors to Firgrove House, where Art in the Garden was based, were invited to try throwing pots while Bath-based sculptor Jean Farrell was a special guest.
During the weekend four gardens on each day were open to visitors.
Donations were invited for refreshments which resulted in £350 being collected for Dorothy House.
Artists and gardeners are joining forces in Lower Peasedown this weekend to help raise money for Dorothy House Hospice.
People have the chance to view a selection of artwork created by members of the Old Bakery Artists while enjoying gardens preened to perfection by Carlingcott Gardening Club.
Goldsmiths, photographers, ceramicists, painters, sculptors and more will be exhibiting their work at Firgrove House, which will be open from 11am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Gardens along the same road will also be open with refreshments being sold in aid of the hospice.
Radstock Based Artists Group