Artists Catherine Beale and Keith Wisbey will showcase their work in the new community arts centre, Victoria Hall in Radstock.
Throughout April a combination of their large scale paintings and photographs will line the gallery space for visitors to enjoy.
Catherine has painted portraits to commission for nearly 20 years, drawing inspiration from the play of light over faces.
Among her paintings will hang an oil of local councillor Sarah Bevan and a tender watercolour of her son. Her work has been chosen for regional and national exhibitions and she opened her Bath studio 18 months ago in Widcombe Parade.
Keith has been a photographer for many years. He lives locally and is a member and current chair of the Old Bakery Artists group.
This exhibition of his photographs will display atmospheric landscapes, close up and movement images. Keith is also a keen stone carver and has been developing his work locally with stonemason Kate Semple.
Keith and Catherine both enjoy running workshops from their own studios for adults and are about to similarly inspire local schools.
The exhibition takes place at The Gallery – Victoria Hall Arts Centre, Church Street, Radstock, from Friday, April 4 until Friday, May 2.