The Gordon Art Gallery, which opens today and runs through March 19 at the Gariush Heritage Center in Inverurie, offers a window into the eclectic mix of artists working in the Northeast.
From local painters, ceramicists and silversmiths through to the next generation of emerging and talented young artists, there is an impressive range of work on display, many of which are also available for purchase.
This year’s competition is in competitions sponsored by Rotary including some outstanding architectural images from young photographers and highly decorated scenic works.
Also staying at the event are several attendees including Natalie Taylor with her ceramic creations inspired by nature and silversmith Sarah Harper who explains her techniques in creating the items and how she creates textures in her work.
They are joined by Alison Milne with a variety of creative works showcasing her talents in mixed media ranging from cards and photos to 3D work using salvaged materials.
The exhibition is open from 10 am to 4 pm with free admission and visitors can also participate in choosing a winner for a public vote for their selection of the best exhibition.
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