There are three places to visit in the town as part of this year's Helfa Gelf/Art Trail.
First is Plas Newydd which has an exhibition of Wrexham Artists in Y Caban.
It features the work of eight artists who cover a range of media including painting, ceramics, mixed media and photography.
Every weekend there will be one of the Artists in Y Caban for viewers to talk to and maybe see them at work.
The second Helfa Gelf venue is Llangollen History Museum on Parade Street which has six Llangollen artists exhibiting who use a range of media including drawing, mixed media, painting, photography, print making, sculpture and textiles.
The exhibition is open from until the end of the month and artists will be on hand there on each of the remaining weekends in September.
Third venue is Gwalia Ceramics in Oak Street which is a gallery selling contemporary works by a variety of selected ceramic makers from Wales and beyond.
There is also an exhibition of Artists in Y Capel in Castle Street (T.I.C.)
Helfa Gelf is funded by the Arts Council Wales, supported by the National Lottery, and is sponsored by the Welsh Government plus support from the local Authorities across North Wales has allowed the development of the Helfa Gelf Art Trail.
The Helfa Gelf Art Trail takes place in Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham counties from Friday to Sunday throughout September 2017. For further information about the event please view our website at https://helfagelf.co.uk/