Summer is right around the corner and with that comes the reopening of the Exeter Art Studios to bring support to local artists.
The studio, held at Exeter Show Hall from November until April each year since 2018, will showcase the work of 19 artists.
Coordinator for the studio Justine Vaughan said the purpose of the space is not just for artists to exhibit work but to create a support network to share ideas and techniques.
"The purpose of it is not just an exhibition but a working studio for artists in the area who may not otherwise have studio space," she said.
"It's a working space and not only for artists to meet each other but for the general public to meet the artists creating the work."
The studio shares a range of artwork from sculptures and textiles to new digital media and woodwork.
The reopening on Thursday also coincided with the launch of the Tatlers, Women Writers of Northern Tasmania's new book In pursuit of Tasmania.
The studio is open Wednesday-Sunday from 10am until 5pm.