FOUR Huddersfield artists are taking part in the British Society of Painters Spring Exhibition in Ilkley this week.
They are Margaret and Maurice Lockwood, of Heys Road in Holmfirth, Malcolm Beaumont, of Upper Denby, and Peter Newsome, from Lepton.
The exhibition in the Winter Gardens runs until next Sunday.
It is open daily from noon to 5pm.
All works will be for sale.
The exhibition was opened by Dr David Hope, the former Archbishop of York who is now Vicar of St Margaret's Church in Ilkley.
Mrs Lockwood paints mainly pastel landscapes and watercolour flowers.
Her six entries feature flowers such as hibiscus, summer flowers, rhododendrons, Japanese anenomes and fuschia.
She has also entered two landscapes, one of Kynance Cove in Cornwall and another of a view from Sheppard's Mission.
Her husband has been painting since 1994, also in watercolour and pastel.
Mr Lockwood, a regular exhibitor, concentrates on landscapes. He has six entries in the show.
Mr Beaumont is a self-taught artist and works in a mix of media. His six pictures are mainly of birds.
Mr Newsome works in pastels and is also self-taught. His six entries are mainly landscapes.