Young artist Siyona Bhandari is exhibiting at her first solo art exhibition.

The talented 11-year-old was last year's Young Artist Winner at the Slough Youth Awards.

Now her work is being exhibited at the Curve until January 31.

'Unravelling emotions' is a compendium of the artworks and paintings that have seen Siyona win national and international art competitions.

She began doodling at home when she was two, winning her first award for art at the age of four in a calendar design competition.

At the age of seven she started attending an art classes group in Slough where she worked under the lead artist Marinela Caldarus.

Siyona enjoys painting in acrylics, water colours, oil paints. She also does pen and ink projects, glass paintings, still-life portraits, landscapes and animal forms.

She has won various local, national and international awards in visual art competitions such as the Design Swim Hat competition organised by Slough Borough Council for The Centre, the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children's Fund (RNRMCF) Art Competition, Arts and Minds National Competition 2019, Look & Learn International competition (UK) and the Karuta International Art competition in Japan.

Siyona’s artworks were featured at the SHE IS MORE art exhibition in the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Singapore and in the winner’s gallery of the World Children's Picture Contest Bulgaria.

She lives in Langley with her parents Arun and Komudi and her brother Rushil.

Proud dad Arun said: "I am very proud of her achievements. Her focus and attention on her art work is an inspiration."