PAINTINGS, photography, pottery and sculpture abound at a four-day exhibition.

East Linton Traders Association was formed in the 1960s to raise the profile of the community.

Among the events they organised was the village’s art exhibition, which was inspired by the village’s popularity with artists such as Arthur Melville, Robert Noble, Martin Hardie and John Pettie. The first exhibition took place in 1968 and this week’s event marks the 55th anniversary.

The show is run annually by volunteers and raises funds for the community hall in which it is held.

Haddington-based artist Rebecca Dover is this year’s judge, with an open evening taking place today (Thursday).

Prizes will be awarded for the best art at the exhibition, which runs tomorrow (Friday) and throughout the weekend.

The exhibition is open 6-9pm tonight (Thursday) and noon to 6pm tomorrow (Friday).

Over the weekend, it is open from 10am to 5pm. Suggested entry donation: £1.