Paintings and collages, pastel drawings and sculptures were just some of the artistic endeavors of county pupils showcased in Warwick at an annual exhibition.
The ‘Exhibition of Young Local Artists’, which is hosted by Warwick School, was established in 1985 and started with just five schools.
Over three decades later the exhibition has grown with this year, 29 primary schools taking part.
In the new venue of Warwick Hall, the event brought together students and teachers to celebrate the young artists’creative talents.
Exhibitors used a variety of art mediums resulting in an extraordinary range of work on show.
James Ramsay, Head of Art and Design at Warwick School said: “It was fantastic to host this amazing event in Warwick Hall.
“The art on display was so exciting and colourful - there was so much energy at the opening event.”
Visitors inspired by the show were encouraged to use paper, pens and pastels to interact with the exhibition, and use a studio to create their own work to take home.