A one-day display showing the work of local artists is set to take place in a Victorian villa this weekend.

Clynder’s Elmbank House is hosting its ‘cream tea and exhibition’ event this Saturday, July 1 between noon and 5pm.

The public can have tea and a scone outdoors in the garden - or a transparent dome if the weather is poor - and afterwards, observe work from local glass and ceramic artists in the house.

Potter Lorna McHardy, of Kiln Critters, and glass artist Cass Peters will display their pieces in the short exhibition.

Lorna said: "There is something magical about pottery.

“Starting with a formless lump of clay, which holds within itself anything your ability and imagination can produce, through the whole process of making, firing, glazing and firing again.

“I've been doing this for around three years now and will probably still be doing it in my dotage.

“There is, after all, no limit to the ways in which a kiln can produce critters.”

Cass works from a studio in Alexandria where she teaches aspiring glass artists and sells her work via her online shop.

She has also designed four six-foot-tall glass sculptures for the Dundee Botanic Gardens which are now on display.

Sales from the cream teas will go towards Help for Heroes – a charity benefitting veterans from the UK’s armed forces – which they raised £315 for last year.