This year's Windsor Contemporary Art Fair will take place on Saturday and Sunday, November 9 and 10.

More than 160 emerging and established contemporary artists are expected to gather at Windsor Racecourse with over 5,000 carefully curated artworks on display from 160 artists in a huge variety of styles and mediums - many of them for sale to budding art enthusiasts.

There will be live demonstrations by exhibiting artists and an interactive area with artist-led workshops, where everyone is welcome to try their hand and uncover a new talent.

For the youngsters the children’s Art Quest activity trail combines general questions about art, technique and things that can be found at the fair – with a prize for every entrant.

An ongoing tradition of the fair sees every exhibitor create an original, collectible eight inch square canvas in their own unique style, all of which are displayed and sold during the Art Fair to at £45 each to raise funds for The Prince’s Trust. To date this has raised over £75,000.

Conemporary Art Fairs are the creation of directors Deborah James and Sarah McAllister, who identified a need for an informal, accessible way for established, award-winning and emerging artists to showcase their work and skills to a wider audience.

Sarah said: “We wanted to bring together artists and galleries from across the UK and Europe under one roof to give art lovers the opportunity to browse and immerse themselves in everything contemporary art has to offer, whether for the home or work environment. There are so many different styles to peruse, with everything from limited edition prints to the more expensive original pieces, as well as every opportunity to commission your very own tailored artwork. Art is for one and all and to bring it together alongside real, live interaction with the artists themselves makes the magic of art and creativity wonderfully accessible to everyone.”