A TRIO of artists have joined forces for an exhibition featuring drawings, paintings and ceramic sculptures.

Emily Ingrey-Counter, Nye Hughes and Simon Griffiths are behind ‘Between Earth and Sky’, which opens at the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club tomorrow (Wednesday).

All three artists are specialist wildlife artists and members of the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA).

Emily and Nye are both based in Edinburgh, and draw inspiration from their local environment in the Lothians and on the east coast.

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A spokesperson for the exhibition said: “Emily creates fresh and energetic drawings of the natural world through direct and immediate mark making.

“Most of her work is created outdoors capturing fleeting moments through her use of mixed media (mostly pastels, ink, charcoal and paint).

“Nye is an artist and designer who first came to Scotland to study and never left.

“The main focus of his artwork is the remarkable ecology of the Scottish coast and islands and the wildlife and plants that inhabit them. In this exhibition, he presents watercolour paintings created on locations along the East Lothian coast, the Bass Rock and the Isle of May.

“Simon is based in County Durham.

“He captures in ceramics the wildlife that surrounds him in the north Pennines and along the east coast.”

The Aberlady venue is open from 10am to 5pm and entry is free.

The exhibition runs until September 24.