CREATIVE youngsters from North Leamington School have answered their artistic calling.
Protest artwork and colourful collages have been created by the school pupils to go on display at Leamington’s smallest art gallery.
The work, produced by pupils in year 7 and 8, covers a diverse range of subjects and is available to view at the Art Box.
Year 7 were inspired by the Japanese artist Yoshimoto Nara, who shows children’s emotions in his work, while Year 8 pupils captured different viewpoints of the school’s buildings using artist Ruth Pipe as their inspiration.
The exhibition runs until the end of the year and is open all day, every day on Clarendon Avenue, at the edge of Christchurch Gardens.
Art Box is actually a listed K6 red telephone box owned by Leamington Town Council and managed by the Friends of Christchurch Gardens.
It is made available free of charge for community or school exhibitions.