Artists and craft-makers across the district are opening their studios to the public this weekend.
The Lincolnshire Open Studios event, Art on the Map, is now in its 16th year.
Locally, a number of artists are taking part, including Helen Webber, who specialises in landscapes, and John Gray, whose work encompasses large scale oil paintings on historic Edinburgh as well as waves and waterfalls.
They will be sharing their work with visitors this Saturday and Sunday and next Saturday and Sunday (from 10am to 5pm) at River Bank Studios in Spalding.
No appointments are necessary, simply turn up at the studio in Double Street.
Feltmaker Lyn Jenkins is also opening her studio at Church End Barn, Burton Croft Road, Fishtoft, on Saturday and Sunday.
Unique Cottage Studio in Spalding is already open to the public, offering classes and workshops, as well as a cafe and gallery.
Owner and artist Carolyn Goodwin is showing her work there, as is stained glass artist Gillian Wing, in Art in the Barns, on Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17, alongside its popular Sheep Day.
Moulton artist Mo Teeuw is opening her studio at 20 High Street, later in the year, on November 28 and 29.