Suffolk Art Society is returning to churches across the county for its early and mid summer exhibitions.
The first exhibition is happening at St Peter and St Paul Church in Lavenham from Saturday May 24 to Sunday June 8.
The exhibition will the move to Holy Trinity Church in Long Melford between Friday July 26 and Sunday August 11.
Both exhibitions will be open daily from 10am to 5pm.
A spokesman said: “These popular venues make an elegant setting for the work of Suffolk’s finest artists.
A wide spectrum of subjects and styles will give everyone something to enjoy.”
The Society asks for buyers to take their pictures away with them directly after paying and the artist then replaces the picture with a new one.
This keeps the exhibition fresh, alive and vibrant.
The standard of work remains as high as ever and the membership has several international well-known artists.
The society is a non profit making organisation and donates substantial sums of money to charities, in this case both churches.
Admission into the galleries are free and visitors assured a very warm welcome.