SUPPORT local art and artists by visiting the winter exhibition at The Pantry @ Lockton, which is currently holding its winter exhibition.

The new exhibition at The Pantry – a village store combined with tea rooms and an art gallery – features the work of four North Yorkshire artists.

Jenny Pepper’s background is in textiles, especially feltmaking and embroidery. Living close to the coast and moors, she draws her inspiration from her natural surroundings and has a particular interest in natural formations created randomly along the coastline.

Jewellery designer and maker Lynne Glazzard has an interest in colour and her work is inspired by patterns she finds in the landscape.

Scarborough-based Andrew Cheetham’s drawings and paintings could be described as documentary in that he prefers to work from life.

Work on show at The Pantry demonstrates the grandeur and dramatic beauty that Andrew finds in the physical remains of our industrial heritage.

Janilaine Mainprize bases her work on images and objects she sees and finds, particularly around Scarborough and the surrounding areas. She especially enjoys incorporating used and found materials within her work, encouraging new interpretations whilst evoking distant memories.

The Pantry also shows the work of artists, including artist blacksmith David Stephenson, landscape painter Sue Slack, digital artist Ian Mitchell, ceramicists Karen Thompson, Elisabeth Bailey and Janet Hayton, glass artist Wendy Greenwood and wood turner Philip Greenwood.

The Pantry is open 8am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday, and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.

The winter exhibition runs until March 11.