Painters from the five-decades-old Wembley Art Society are to show their works to the public later this month.
Pictures in watercolour, pastel, oil and acrylic, as well as sketches and collages can be admired at the group's annual exhibition at Harrow and Wembley Progressive Synagogue, Preston Road, Harrow.
Up to 20 artists - ranging from beginners to old hands - are expected to display as many as eight all-new pieces each to create a collection of at least 80 works.
The exhibition can be viewed from 10am to noon daily from Monday, September 8, until Friday, September 26, with an opportunity to purchase some of the pictures.
Member Jean Smith says: "We do try to encourage all ranges of styles and we really do get excellent remarks about our work.
"In these days, sales of paintings have been low so we do need the feedback."
The society is coming to the end of its summer programme of outdoor painting session, including one where members observed a windmill in Buckinghamshire.
Its members, who produce largely figurative pieces but do dabble in abstract works, meet at
Harrow and Wembley Progressive Synagogue every Friday between 9.45am and 11.45am for a themed workshop led by chairman Brian Collins, where artists can practise their craft and share tips and techniques.
Wembley Art Society, established 54 years ago, would welcome new members to join the existing associates from Wembley, Kenton, Greenford, Stanmore, Harrow and beyond.
Jean says: "We need fresh blood. We're trying to encourage painters from ethnic minorities because we're a multicultural society.
"If you love art, you're welcome."