One gets a peculiar feeling watching people go by on a cold winter street.
That feeling is evoked in the latest exhibition from artist Tony Martin.
"There's a stark, winter feel to most of the paintings - there's lots of whites and greys and really dark trees," he said.
"And sharp lines that capture, only one or two people, in the landscape. There's a little bit of colour in there, which makes it resonate.
"The paintings were inspired by just observing winter landscapes, and the really clear lines that go with that time of year."
The works are on display at Stillwater until December 16.
Stillwater curator Ralf Haertel said that Martin had an instantly recognisable style.
"Martin's images are deceptively simple, yet evocative, with his subjects often expressing a sense of solitude and gentle melancholy - either looking directly at the viewer or gazing pensively into the distance," he said.
"We are very pleased to once again showcase this very popular Tasmanian artist at Stillwater."
Tony Martin is a Launceston based artist who has exhibited regularly throughout Tasmania over 20 years.
Self -trained, he has had numerous solo shows since 2005, including at Arts Alive, Blue Café, Elmslie Café Gallery, Wellington Street Gallery, Stillwater Gallery, Oliver's Quadrant Gallery, and Masterpiece Gallery (Hobart).