Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Carlos Santana are featured in a town art exhibition - but only for one more week.
The paintings of music legends by Titi Finlay form part of the Poseytude exhibition of work by young and emerging artists at Stoneworld Gallery in Upper High Street.
But the exhibition, which was opened by Thame’s deputy mayor Jeannette Matelot Green last week, ends on May 10.
Funds from the selling of postcards are supporting disabled children at Thomley Activity Centre.
Speaking at the launch event, James Taylor from Poseytude said: “We have had such a positive response to the art on display with paintings selling on the opening day.
“This is a fabulous first for our gallery and Thame where we can publicly show the artworks from our talented, up and coming artists.
“We look forward to welcoming more visitors over the next two weeks who can view and buy art from artists never seen in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire before.”