Highlanders can come see the spirit of Bowral's art community shine through in the upcoming Pigments 21 exhibition this long weekend.
The exhibition is a collection of 70 artworks by 12 amateur artists, known as the Studio Two group, who paint together at The Bowral Gallery every Wednesday.
Artist and organiser Uta Purcell said that a mixture of watercolour, oil and acrylic paintings of different sizes would be on display at the gallery from Friday.
"They are very colourful and bright," she said.
"There will be styles varying from traditional, contemporary and very modern on display."
This year marks the 21st anniversary of the exhibition, which began with local artist and tutor Gillian Hook.
Guests will discover a myriad of themes which have inspired the artists such as flowers, landscapes, portraits, animals and even the quirky additions of hats and boots.
"It will be the opportunity for people to experience local artists," artist Trish Helps added.
Ms Hook will officially open the exhibition on June 12 at 2:00pm, with an open invitation to guests to share afternoon tea.
The event will also pay tribute to members who have passed away, such as Viv Helliar who died last month, and Oliver Fiala who passed away a few years ago.
Some of Mr Fiala's paintings will be displayed in his honour.
The exhibition can be viewed from 10:00am to 4:00pm daily until June 15.
The majority of the artworks are available to be purchased, but prices will vary.
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