A GALLERY in Egremont is preparing to reopen.

Lowes Court Gallery, on Main Street, is looking forward to reopening its doors after lockdown on December 3.

They will be continuing to highlight the work of three selected artists from December 3 to December 24.

The artists are award-winning glass artist Roxanne Denny who works from her home studio near Cockermouth. Trading as RD Glass, Roxanne produces unique fused glass wall art, cast glass sculptures, bowls, coasters and jewellery – all in her signature bright and abstract style.

The work of Dilys Brownrigg who also exhibits a love of colour, as represented in her featured oil paintings. Dilys lives in St. Bees, and has painted all her life.

And Chris Robson, who paints mostly in watercolours. A long-standing resident of St. Bees, his work is widely recognised locally for having a somewhat individual take on life scenes.

As well as the three featured artists, the gallery has a wide range of locally produced arts and crafts, including paintings by other gallery artists, prints and cards, glassware, jewellery and wood.

The gallery, which is staffed purely by volunteers, is a Not for Profit Social Enterprise and will be open for extended hours in the three weeks up to Christmas Eve.

Monday and Wednesday 10am to 1.30pm, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10.am to 4pm.

They will also continue to sell via their Facebook Page www.facebook.com/LowesCourtGallery or you can send a message to their email address lowescourt@gmail.com