Artist Ann Maria Rimmer will be showcasing her work during an exhibition at the Lytham Heritage Centre from this week.
Ann’s exhibition replaces one originally scheduled entitled Wildlife Drawings and Paintings from Five Decades, following the death of David Johnston in April.
The new exhibitor is Ann Maria Rimmer, and her exhibition is called 3D Relief Sculpture Paintings
Ann works with clay for her artwork and her pieces are mainly taken from nature.
Hilary Fletcher, from the heritage centre on Henry Street, Lytham, said: “The new exhibitor is Ann Maria Rimmer, and her exhibition is called 3D Relief Sculpture Paintings.
“Ann Maria has found that sculpting clay brings her closer to her creations, and 3D is a challenge to make the angles and shapes look right.
“Mounting her sculptures as a painting allows her greater freedom regarding the size and imagination.
Admission to the exhibition is free but donations are welcome.
The exhibition conclude on August 29.
The Lytham Heritage Centre is open from 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Sundays and on Bank holidays.