The exhibit will feature artwork from the likes of Anita Ford, whose work is inspired by her own travels across the globe; the imaginative floral designs of Tanya Short; and the intriguing landscapes of Julian Taylor.
Also being showcased and available for purchase are works by the late Paul Hogarth OBE RA. Described as 'Britain's best descriptive graphic artist', Paul travelled extensively throughout his long career and is best known for his drawings of buildings and people that he met on his journeys.
Offering bargains in the form of prints and paintings for sale across the week, the sale is promising show-stopping pieces for the home or workplace, at a prices ranging from £50 to £500.
A different artwork will be featured every day at a further reduction — there's even a chance to win a piece in the free prize draw!
Established in Cirencester in 2002 by art consultant Celia Wickham, Wetpaint Gallery showcases works by modern British and contemporary artists from across the UK and internationally.
Some of its past exhibitions include that of the work of Sir Peter Blake, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, as well as other lesser known but appreciated contemporary artists.
The gallery now operates online and from pop up venues throughout the UK and beyond.
For more information and for a sneak peek at the show, visit wetpaintgalleryonline.com.