AN EXHIBITION saw young artists display their work to hundreds, thanks to a Slough art classes group.

Art Classes Group, based in the Queensmere Observatory, organised the event on February 13, to give students a chance to showcase their talent to the public.

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All 15 artists, aged between six and 13, got a chance to give a short speech about their work, ambition and scope.

There were around 150 members of the public who stopped by to enjoy the work on display.

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Marinela Caldarus, of Art Classes Group, said: “The exhibition included colourful landscapes, still life, paintings and drawing, charcoal, and other techniques and it is open until next month.

“Art classes group is supporting and promoting young artists from Slough since 2016.”

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The event is part of students’ qualification, which is awarded by Arts Council England.