Starting on Friday 6th September, six artists in Llangollen will be showing work in their studios, local tea shops an historic local venue and a hotel in the town.
Each weekend and some Fridays throughout September painting, photography and ceramics will be on show as part of Helfa Gelf Art Trail 2013.
North Wales's tremendously popular Open Studios scheme now in its eighth year, spanning five counties with over 300 artists showing work.
The project has received funding through the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007 -2013 which is funded by the Welsh Government and the European Agricultural fund for Rural Development and is offering artists throughout Wales wonderful opportunities.
Painters showing work in Llangollen include Sue Hall at 5a Oak St, John Smout at Fouzi's Cafe Bar, Pat Pearson at The Pines, Abbey Rd and Janie Mcleod at Plas Newydd Tea Rooms.
Maggie Davies will be showing ceramics in her studio at Dinbren Uchaf Farm, Eglwyseg and Llinos Lanini will exhibit her photography for one weekend in Manorhaus, Heol Y Bryn.
A spokesperson for the organisers said: "To make a start why not call in to Plas Newydd Tea Rooms with its beautiful historic house sample the homemade cakes with a pot of tea view Janie Mcleods work and collect your Helfa Gelf booklet which has all the artists details and locations so that you can plan your visits.
"Whether you wish to buy an art work or just chat to the various artists over a cup of tea do bring family and friends and enjoy this wonderful event For further information about the event please go to www.helfagelf.co.uk"