A MUCH-LOVED artist will be remembered in a Denbighshire exhibition.

The Oak Street Gallery, in Llangollen will be home to a retrospective of the art of the much-loved, but unsung, local artist Ed Fisher.

Mr Fisher, of Carrog, died in 2020.

Works in pen and ink, acrylics and pencil from Ed's long artistic life will be on view, with many items for sale or to be given away to his family and friends.

The exhibition runs at the Oak Street Gallery from April 22 until May 16.

It will be available for viewing from Wednesday to Sunday each week, from 11am to 5pm.

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Ed was the third generation of artists in his family.

Works by his father and grandfather are on view, alongside Ed's earliest collected work - two pencil drawings done when he was just two years old, both showing a surprisingly clear understanding of perspective.

There are also examples from his time at art college, landscapes, portraits of people and trees, and drawings of his favourite places to climb.

Later, he became an illustrator of folk tale books and several of his detailed illustrations are also on view.