AN artist is set to display works inspired by Maldon beauty spots after the success of a recent exhibition.

George Kowzan will be exhibiting more work inspired by views of Hythe Quay, Promenade Park and the Blackwater Estuary at the Maeldune Heritage Centre.

He said: "A familiar scene can appear to be entirely different, depending upon so many factors; time of day, time of year, personal mood, individual perception and so on.

"Sometimes we want to see something more than the obvious, sometimes we don’t."

His work has been made in a range of mediums and techniques including oil paint, oil pastel, mosaic, mixed media with resin, and digital art.

Some works are also available as limited edition “giclee” prints to make them even more affordable.

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"I hope that this show has something for everybody," he added.

He showcased his ‘Blackwater Dreaming’ exhibition at the centre last year with artwork based on his time spent in town over the past year.

The artwork displayed was based on his time spent in the town over recent years.

George moved to Maldon four years ago but has had international experience.

He worked as a teacher of art and design in Jersey before moving to Spain and becoming a full-time artist.

While he was there he developed his “word art” technique, de-constructing and reconstructing images using words and other marks.

He has also made murals using the technique, the largest being in Malaga.

His work has been exhibited in shows across the UK, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Gibraltar and Taiwan.

The new exhibition is called Same place, different eyes – an eclectic collection.

It opens next Wednesday and runs until November 23.

Drinks and tapas will be served at the centre at the official launch on November 12, from 5pm to 7pm.