A RICH array of artwork - from delicate watercolours of wildflowers to dramatic landscapes – is currently on show during a popular annual exhibition.

A Spot on the Wall, at The Station in Richmond, features work by amateur and professional artists who have each been allocated a single space on the wall.

All the work is for sale and when a piece of art is sold from the artist’s spot, they replace it with another.

The exhibition runs until Wednesday, September 5 and will also feature artist workshops and demonstrations.

On August 3 there will be a demonstration by Maureen Edgar, who creates quirky, colourful work inspired by the coast from her studio in Northallerton. It will be followed by a pop-up art sale on August 4 and 5, by Pamela Crawford, who creates delicate watercolours of wildflowers.

During the exhibition, children can also design their own “spot” and display it in The Station’s gallery.

For more details visit; thestation.co.uk