More than sixty artworks will be on display in an exhibition opening at the Armidale Art Gallery tomorrow.
Curated by the New England Art Society the eclectic 'Hotcakes' collection includes work from 25 artists based in New England.
The subjects portrayed are varied, and the disciplines cover everything from painting, photography, ceramics and woodwork to embroidery.
"All the work is on sale at a reduced price of $100 in this exhibition only and has been donated to the Gallery to assist our fundraising efforts and recoup the ongoing costs the gallery space continued to incur during these times of restrictions and closure," said New England Art Society president Tess Cullen.
"We opened our doors again in July, and the visitor numbers are steady - even in these cold and wet times.This is an opportunity that is just too good to resist - an exhibition where you can purchase works and support local artists at an affordable price."
Contributing artists include Susan Griffin, Roger Speaight, Judy Wilford, Julia Hardman, Ros Brady, Lizzie Horne, Liz Fulloon, Jim Walmsley, Eve Kennedy, Lilian Wissink, Jane O'Sullivan, Stewart MacDonald, Lee Horsely, Shirley Cooke, Lorraine Kelleher, Cherry Stewart, Nicola Schutte, Suresh Kumar, Tess Cullen, Linda Lockyer, Maria Hitchcock, Terry Cooke, Rob Nethery, Michael Hull and Kerry Dunne.
The Hotcakes - $100 Art Sale opened on Friday, August 21 and run for five weeks.