GREEN Door artists are back on the exhibition trail and heading to Staveley Roundhouse.

More than 200 pieces of impressive work from the creative collective will be up for grabs during GD's Affordable Art exhibition, which runs from December 1-3.

Paintings, prints, photographs, ceramics, glass, wood, jewellery, textiles and sculpture all feature, many from some of the region's leading artists such as prominent printmaker Marion Kuit. "Most of the work I’ll be exhibiting has been made using the reduction technique where one block of wood or lino is used to print the several layers of colour to make the final image."

Lynda Gray is known for her travel sketchbooks but more recently she has been out and about drawing locally. The Staveley exhibition will feature prints and cards of sketches created on location in her home town of Kendal, including sketches drawn in its historic yards and the Fellside area.

Work by Ray Green is also in the frame: "I realise that my paintings for Affordable Art have been generated in either extreme cold, or fierce heat,” explained Ray. "Winter Church was created with full snow cover, the two paintings, Lake Island Church One and Two were painted in zero degrees temperatures and Ruin with Tree was painted in skin-torching high Tuscany heat."

“We hope this exhibition provides something for all art lovers,” said Green Door administrator Janice Benson. "We have stained glass sculptures from Debbie Copley, wire drawings from Brie Wharf and wooden Shaker boxes from Keith Shorrock. Angie Mitchell will be bringing her new printed lampshades, Jane Mallinson has felt accessories and jewellery, and Evelyn Sinclair has her painted ‘tea bags.’ There are also cards, notebooks and smaller items.

"The event shows the breadth and depth of talent within Green Door."

Open Friday and Saturday, December 1-2, 10am- 4.30pm; Sunday, December 3, 10am-4pm.