An art gallery has opened at Margate train station.
The gallery is the brainchild of the Fort Road Art Stable, a collective of 10 artists, keen to promote the burgeoning East Kent arts scene.
The first exhibition features the work of Margate artist Charlie Evaristo-Boyce, famous for his “Amazing” artworks which first showed in London over the summer.
Charlie’s exhibition is called “Art Kiosk”. The show features live screen printing along with portraits of the artist’s ancestors and local landmarks.
“The station a great space for people to experience art, “says Charlie. “Culture doesn’t have to be hidden away. It should be part of every day life.”
“Art Kiosk” exhibition is open now and will run until December 5.
Margate Station Gallery is in the main station hall and is open from 10-5pm, Monday to Sunday.