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A library assistant in Brodick, who set up an exhibition space for budding artists, is this month using the space for her own work.
Nickey Summer studied creative arts BA in Nottingham before spending time on the isle of Iona working for the community as an arts worker. At college she worked in various media, including photography, installation and theatre, concentrating in her final year on abstract painting.
Nickey has worked with children and books most of her adult life, getting involved with various art projects and setting up the exhibition space.
This exhibition of her recent work is on show in Brodick library until July 29.