An impressive exhibition of photography, sculpture and painting depicting the subject of music has been put on display at an art hub.

The Spectrum Cultural Hub, based next to House of Mooshki, in Seaham Business Park, has opened the display of work called OTTAVA.

The exhibition will run until April 16.

Phil Barker, who runs the gallery and artists’ work spaces at the site, said: “The OTTAVA exhibition brought together the work of new and established artists, using many different media as a response to the subject of ‘music’.

“This included examples of glass, textiles, photography, video, painting, sculpture and song.”

He added: “Among the many visitors was a group of art students from East Durham College who praised the work for its individuality and the fact it was very relevant and comparable to the work they produce themselves.”

The exhibition was also featured in a video interview for The Photographic Artists Review, presented by Mara Acoma.

For further information about the hub, or the work spaces available to rent, email spectrumsr7@gmail.com.