IT’S been a busy week at Helensburgh’s Victoria Halls - and it’s not too late if you want to catch some of a local art club’s finest artworks.

Helensburgh Art Club opened its annual exhibition on Saturday, with visitors to the Sinclair Street halls able to get out of the rain and view some of the members’ finest creations from over the past year.

But before all that, Advertiser photographer Tom Watt dropped into the Victoria Halls to capture the members and volunteers putting the exhibition together in time for opening.

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The exhibition will continue every day until this Saturday, August 17, with doors open from 10am to 5pm, except on the final day when they shut at 4pm.

Among the exhibits are a caricature of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and BBC presenter Andrew Marr, by Helensburgh artist Anita McLaren.

There is also a selection of paintings, jewellery, pottery and sculpture along with other arty goods.

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After the exhibition closes, next up for the club is its one-day sale on Saturday, November 23, also at the Victoria Halls.