MORE than 160 mosaics by primary school children have gone on show at a new exhibition.
From seahorses and crabs, to buses and cars, the mosaics have been made by children aged 4 to 11 under the direction of artist Sally Brealey.
The event, which is part of a fundraising initiative by Warter Primary School, will run for the next few weeks at the Wolds Village in Bainton. They opened with a preview evening on Friday.
Fifty mosaics have already been reserved by parents and those not bought by parents will go on sale at the end of the month for £10 each.
Headteacher Ann Wilson said: “We are extremely pleased with the exhibition of our mosaics at the Wolds Village Gallery.
“The children were all completely inspired by the creative opportunity the mosaic making offered and are proud of the exhibition of their work.
“It is a fine example of the whole school community working together on a creative project.
“We are particularly grateful to all the parents who gave up their time to come into school and support the children with their work and to Mrs Brealey who has provided the inspiration and the space for the children to display their work.”