PAINTINGS, sculptures, textiles and prints by Worcestershire art students will go on sale at a historic Bewdley studio today.

The Foundry Artists' 2019 exhibition will run from August 3 to August 31 above the Brass Foundry at Bewdley Museum.

A group of 30 student artists who attend weekly workshops with studio owner Hilary Baker have been exploring a wide variety of materials and techniques for this year's exhibit, which features paintings, sculptures, printmaking, drawings, life studies and textile art.

Hilary said: "The Foundry Artists has grown into a friendly, supportive and lively group of committed individuals who share both their creative and life's journey together."

Artists will be there to talk about their work, which will be on sale, while also demonstrating techniques such as printmaking, watercolour painting and free-form crochet.

Entry to the museum and exhibition is free, while 10 per cent of all Foundry Artists' sales will go to the Art & Chips project, aimed at improving emotional wellbeing and mental health in Bewdley.

The exhibition is open every day from 10.30am until 4pm.