AN exhibition featuring work from seven artists with "strong" connections to New Brighton is coming to Wirral.

The exhibition entitled Nothing’s Gonna Keep You Here features seven artists and is a "diverse showcase promising to be a celebration of local creativity and talent, captivating art enthusiasts from the community and beyond".

Martin Carr, previously songwriter with Wirral chart-toppers The Boo Radleys and writer of the 1996 song New Brighton Promenade, will be showing his artworks for the first time. 

Also exhibiting is Janine Pinion, Purchase Prizewinner of the Williamson Open 2018 and Dylan McDonnell a recent graduate from Central St. Martins whose work was featured in Italian Vogue last year.

Wirral Globe: Night Marine LakeNight Marine Lake (Image: Janine Pinion)

The event not only showcases the diversity and creativity within the local artistic community but also provides "a platform for the artists to share their stories through their art".

The participating artists, each with their own distinct style and perspective, bring a "collective energy that promises to transform Oakland Gallery into a haven of creative insight".

Wirral Globe: There's no Sun in my SummerThere's no Sun in my Summer (Image: Clare Chinnery)

The opening night, at Oakland Gallery in New Brighton, is scheduled for November 24, from 6pm to 8.30pm, providing attendees with an exclusive first look at the artworks on display.

The exhibition will continue to run from November 25 to December 23.

The gallery invites the public to join them throughout the exhibition where visitors will have the opportunity to engage with the artists, gaining insights into their creative processes and the inspiration behind their pieces.