The lesser hall of Rothesay Pavilion was brightened up significantly on what was a wet and miserable Friday evening with a preview evening of the Bute Arts Club’s annual exhibition.
Featuring a range of local artists and designers, this year’s exhibition boasts a variety of oil and watercolour paintings - many of scenes which will be familiar to locals - charcoal and pencil drawings, as well as homemade crafts including cards, aprons and cushions.
A new addition to the exhibition this year is work by the island’s three primary schools, who each designed large and very impressive freezes of different scenes, including one of a tenement building with each window showing a different scene of its residents.
The exhibition will run every day until Sunday, August 17, and is open on weekdays from 10.30am to 4.30pm, and on Sunday from 2pm to 4.30pm. Admission is free.