An exhibition of cartoons by Grantham Journal artist Terry Shelbourne is running at the town’s museum.
Terry Shelbourne: A Life in Pictures covers 20 years of cartoons created exclusively for the Journal as well as other examples of his work.
Although best known for his cartoons, Terry paints steam engines and scenes from the Wild West and many examples of his work will be on display.
Terry started working for the Journal after retiring from his job as a signwriter in the mid-1980s.
The exhibition includes around 100 original cartoons that have appeared in the Journal as well as previously unseen artworks and sketchbooks from throughout his career.
It runs until the end of May and entry is free.