Ryedale Folk Museum has just opened their brand new exhibition titled 'Figuratively Speaking', displaying the works of the late Yorkshire artist, Michael Scott.
Dr Sue Armstrong, one of the founding trustees of the Scott Creative Arts Foundation (SCAF), says: "We’re incredibly excited to have been invited by Ryedale Folk Museum to display the ‘Figuratively Speaking’ collection throughout the autumn."
When Michael was suffering with his terminal illness, and his wife Eileen had passed, Sue encouraged Michael to write narratives on as many of his works as possible. He managed to complete nearly 500 narratives before he died.
Sue continued: "We have an amazing collection of artworks at our fingertips, and it would give us great pleasure to share these with as many people as possible."
Figuratively Speaking is open daily until 2 December (10am to 5pm until the end of September, 10am to 4pm for the remainder of the run) with free admission.