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Artistic schoolchildren from Bexley display their colourful masterpieces
Creative children have painted and sculpted an eclectic collection of artwork for an exhibition.
Nearly 300 pieces created by children from around 30 Bexley schools are on display at Stables Gallery in Hall Place and Gardens.
From a huge Van Gogh inspired montage painted by around 20 pupils from Haberdashers' Aske's Crayford Academy, to a tiny sculpture of a badger made by a student at West Lodge School, there is a huge variety of masterpieces to see.
The Young Art in Bexley exhibition, organised annually by Bexley Civic Society, has been created by children between three and 18-years-old.
It runs until March 11 and is open every day between 10am and 4.30pm at the Bourne Road venue.