Diverse artwork on show at Somerset Art Weeks 2012
More than 220 diverse artworks are on display in houses, barns, halls and studios across Somerset for the next two weeks.
The much-loved Somerset Art Weeks give the public the chance to discover art, talk to its creators, and watch some artists at work.
One venue, which is open for the entire two weeks, is the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury.
The former factory, on a site once dubbed the worst eyesore in Somerset, is now an educational centre promoting arts and crafts.
Stained-glass craftsman Richard Pelham and artist Paul Branson, pictured, will be showing their work there.
For more information visit www.somersetartworks.org.uk.