AN award-winning Glasgow art charity has launched its annual fundraiser exhibition this week.

Project Ability’s "The Print Show" held at its Trongate venue features prints submitted by its roster of talented artists with all artworks available to buy in the gallery and online.

This exhibition is the charity's largest – drawing submissions from the more than 300 individuals who attend Project Ability’s weekly workshops.

The internationally acclaimed charity, which was established in 1984, aims to support and platform diversity within the visual arts industry by delivering a year-round programme of workshops and exhibitions catered specifically to those with lived experience of disability or ill mental health.

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Funds from the sale of the prints on offer will help Project Ability continue to provide its studio and gallery programmes which endeavour to unleash the artistic potential of its users.

Elisabeth Gibson, director of Project Ability, said: "The Print Show 2022 is a celebration of printmaking with a wonderful array of different styles and processes on display."

Two of the artists featured are John Cocozza and Cameron Morgan who have both been attendees of the charity’s Aspire programme for decades.

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Aspire is a visual arts workshop programme for adults with learning disabilities, enabling participants to work with a wide range of techniques and materials in creating pieces which are then shown to the public in exhibitions or sold in Project Ability’s online shop.

"The Print Show" runs until December 21 and can be viewed at Project Ability’s wheelchair-accessible gallery from 11am–5pm, Wednesday–Saturday at Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD