AN exhibition of pictures and wall-hangings created by youngsters aged between 10 and 15 from all over North Wales can be seen at three Flintshire libraries during November.
The exhibition begins with a week-long visit to Mold Library starting on Monday.
The creations, on the theme of autumn wind, are the work of members of Wrexham Play Association's network of Art & Hobbies Clubs located throughout Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham County Borough.
The clubs, which the association set up two years ago to nurture creative flair in youngsters throughout the area, encourages them to develop their skills in painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, glass painting mural creation, three-dimensional work and indeed, any artistic activity they want as long as it's within the remit of the clubs.
The youngsters are also encouraged to create works of art using recycled materials available at the play association's resource centre in Wrexham.
Commenting about the exhibition, Wrexham Play Association's Art & Hobbies Clubs's co-ordinator, Chris Drakeley, said: 'This is an opportunity for the public to see the talents of some of the youngsters in the region and how they depict the autumn season.'
Following its visit to Mold, the exhibition can be seen at Flint library from November 17-22 and at Queensferry Library from November 24-29.
The exhibition, which has already visited Corwen Library and Wrexham Library, will then move to Denbighshire where it can be seen at Prestatyn Library from December 1-6
Call Chris on 01978 361136 for details about the Art & Hobby Clubs and Wrexham Play Association.