Windows welcome visitors to An Tobar

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Tobermory art gallery An Tobar is celebrating the arrival of two specially commissioned stained glass windows.

The colourful additions are now in place above the main entrance to the centre, welcoming visitors to the building in Argyll Terrace overlooking the bay.

The weekend also saw the start of An Tobar’s annual open exhibition, which runs until Saturday December 22.

This year’s exhibitions at An Tobar Gallery have all featured work by artists who use found materials.

The ‘found’ theme is being followed for this latest exhibition with artists and makers from Mull, Iona and Argyll invited to contribute work based on their discoveries.