At Sixes and Sevens is the summer exhibition of work by Crescent Arts studio holders and features paintings, ceramics and installions.
The show includes works by Dawn Brooks, print, Jade Montserrat, installation, Steven Potter, installation, Susan Slann, painting, Karen Thompson, ceramics and Susan Timmins, installation.
“As an idiom at sixes and sevens has figurative meaning, much like the work on display, which flows away from literal interpretations of the materials used,” said director of the centre Stuart Cameron.
“It reflects the fact that the artists work in differing mediums, styles and approaches, and are brought together by their shared location within studios at Crescent Arts.
“The exhibition mirrors aspects of the dialogue which occurs on a daily basis between artists working together under the same roof,” he said.
At Sixes and Sevens runs at Crescent Arts, near the art gallery, from Saturday June 8 to Saturday July 6.
Opening times are each Thursday to Saturday from 11am to 4pm.