People from across Blackpool turned up to see the latest series of works created by resort-based artists.
The Rock and Pop exhibition at Grundy Art Gallery, organised by Robin Ross, features 13 new prints by artists based locally to Blackpool, all produced at The Rock Factory, a printmaking studio run by Robin in the centre of the town.
Robin was invited to select a series of new works made in response to the Pop collages of Eduardo Paolozzi, whose work can be seen in the first room downstairs.
The show opened on Friday and will continue until Monday, April 6.
Robin said: “We had an amazing response from the people of Blackpool. Friday was absolutely packed, it was a great atmosphere.
“It was great to see everybody come out, it’s the first time in a while that local artists have been able to exhibit their work.”
The Rock and Pop exhibition was created in just two weeks.
Robin said: “We only had two weeks to get it up and running, so there were plenty of 14-hour days but it meant for a great atmosphere in the studio with everyone bouncing ideas off each other.”
Exhibited artists at the gallery included John Marc Allen, Paul Gibson, Paul Howard, Carlito Janito, Gareth Monger, Jennie Pickersgill, Rakim, Robin Ross and Sam Simpson.