An award-winning painter is giving artists in Cumbria the the chance to help him create his next piece of art this bank holiday weekend.
55-year-old Lawrence Coulson, based in Lincolnshire, is to set up his easel and pallet at the Treeby & Bolton Gallery & Café in Keswick.
He is inviting people to come forward and add their own brushstrokes to the blank panel.
The self-taught landscape specialist failed O-level art at school, but his original paintings now sell for thousands.
His work has earned him several Fine Art Trade Guild awards.
This visit will be the only Cumbrian date on a UK tour to fit with the release of a collection of six signed limited edition prints called A Darker Light.
Lawrence Coulson says his work has moved grown men to tears:
Lawrence Coulson will be at the Treeby & Bolton Gallery & Café on Saturday from 12pm to 4pm.