Stunning artwork created by talented Highfields School students has gone on display at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
Creative students are celebrating the chance to showcase their artistic talents to members of the public, with dozens of pieces of work now taking centre stage at the prestigious gallery.
The exhibition is predominantly made up of work created by GCSE Art students but also features artwork by students from Years 8, 9, 10 and 13. It runs until Sunday, July 1st.
Art teacher, Mrs D Smith, said: “It is a fantastic opportunity for our students to be able to showcase their talents to members of the public at the City’s prestigious Art Gallery.
“We have some incredibly talented students and we are very proud of the work they have produced. I would urge everyone to go along to the exhibition over the next few weeks to celebrate their creative achievements.”
Admission to the exhibition, which is taking place on the ground floor of the Art Gallery next to the main front entrance, is free.
Opening times are Monday to Saturday, 10:30am until 4:30pm, and Sunday, 10:30am until 4pm.