AN Award-winning artist is bringing her amazing exhibition to Irvine.

Tapestry artist Katie Russell weaves together naval history, ground-breaking technology and art to explore the largest ever naval conflict, the Battle of Jutland, in her new exhibition Woven Waves which opened at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine Harbourside this month.

Through Woven Waves: The Jutland Tapestries, Katie reflects on what was, arguably, the world’s largest naval battle in which over 250 ships and 100,000 men clashed off the west coast of Denmark’s Jutland peninsula on May 31, 1916.

The exhibition will also include the first Scottish showing of extraordinary high resolution images of shipwrecks. Captured during the 2016 Battle of Jutland Centenary nautical archaeology expedition, they reveal what really became of the warships that vanished during that fateful battle.

Woven Waves: The Jutland Tapestries, which is included in general Museum admission, will be complemented by a series of exhibition events.

These include a talk by Nick Jellicoe, the grandson of Admiral Jellicoe who commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland.

The exhibition will run until Sunday, March 29, 2020.