An art gallery in Glastonbury will run their first exhibition of the year from February to March.

The Heart of The Tribe Gallery's exhibition, ‘Fresh’, will run from February 1 to March 17.

The director, Jolene Feeley said: "We love hosting the Winter Open and giving artists an opportunity to have their work displayed with us.

"We are very fortunate to have built several working relationships with individuals who are now amongst our most popular artists through the Winter Open, so we were really excited at the prospect of giving everyone this chance to feature in an exhibition. We are also always happy to provide the public with a bit of colour and excitement for cold February."

Ms Feeley said the name 'Fresh' symbolises the fresh start to the year and all the fresh faces and work they will be displaying.

The exhibition will include local landscapes by Glastonbury artist Delphine Barney, 3D steel works by Graham Hawkins and the mythical creations of Michelle Dash.

In line with the 'Fresh' theme, new works from regular artists will also be displayed throughout the gallery.

The gallery will hold its first open viewing session on February 3 at 1pm, with free tea, coffee, and prosecco available, and the chance to meet the artists.

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