Budding young artists proudly displayed their work during a special exhibition.
Youngsters from Broadfield Specialist School proudly displayed art work at the Haworth Art Gallery, in Accrington.
Students from the school visited the gallery with their art teacher, Frankie Freeman.
The display is currently on show in the Education Room at the gallery.
Students who have been working on their GCSE Art course since September have attended workshops at the Haworth Art Gallery with artists Tony Bingham, Ann Maria Rimmer and Pam Potter. Their work will remain on show throughout the school holidays for all family, friends and gallery visitors to see.
Yvonne Robins, gallery co-ordinator said it was great to see the fruit of their labours in such a vibrant display.
She said: “The Haworth Art Gallery is extremely proud of our relationship with Broadfield Specialist School. Every year the GCSE students produce a fantastic range of artwork that we are very pleased to exhibit, this year is no exception.
“The depth and range of the art techniques and influences they have used are extraordinary and we have had fabulous feedback from the artists they have worked with. Well done!’