Before the cooler months arrive and hibernation sets in, a special extravaganza will highlight the work of talented artists.
Exeter Art Studios is hosting an extravaganza to mark the end of its third year of operating out of the show hall at Exeter Showgrounds.
However, the studio also closes over the cooler months, so the extravaganza will also be the last opportunity - until November - to browse the artwork and maybe purchase a piece or two.
West Tamar Arts Group secretary Hilary Keeley said it was unfortunate the group had to go into recession in the hall over winter.
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"Artists do spend a fair bit of time on their own, so it's great to be able to come into a place where they have got mentors and people who encourage them," she said.
"It's a great support network."
This year is the first time an extravaganza has been held for the studio.
Ms Keeley said without the tourists who normally would have visited - due to COVID-19 - artists needed to sell their work to locals to purchase art supplies for future work.
"We decided on this extravaganza [to help], where basically the show hall would be full of artworks that would be able to be sold," she said.
The studio has a wide range of art on show including watercolour and oil paintings, prints, woven and woolen items, silk scarfs, sculptures, cards and more.
"[The work is of] such a high standard," Ms Keeley said.
"The diversity that is there [is great].
"I'm just gobsmacked when I walk through there."
The extravaganza will be held from April 7-11, from 10am until 5pm.