A contemporary artist from Stretton-on-Dunsmore will throw open her studio doors and invite the public to take a look around from next weekend.
Tammy Woodrow - one of the curators of an exhibition that took place in the old waiting room, Rugby Station earlier this year - is participating in Warwickshire Open Studios.
The annual event sees more than 250 artists across Warwickshire open their doors to the public, with a huge variety of art on display, including sculptures, jewellery, watercolours, woodwork and more.
Tammy said: “It’s such a perfect occasion to meet an artist, have a cup of tea with them and find out how they work and what their inspirations are.
“It is always amazing to see where wonderful pieces are created. Artists use this opportunity to sell their works and promote themselves to a wider audience. You will be surprised how much local talent there is.”
Warwickshire Open Studios runs from June 18 to July 3. For further information on the artists who are taking part in Rugby and beyond, visit: www.warwickshireopenstudios.org