STUDENTS from across the region have had their GCSE artwork shown off at an exhibition at Theatr Clwyd.

The students, from 10 schools including Mold Alun, Castell Alun, the Elfed, the Argoed, Flint High, St Davids High School, St Josephs, the Maelor and Rhoesnesni, worked on the projects over a two year period.

Having submitted them in the summer of 2018 as part of their GCSE artwork, their work is now on display for all to enjoy at the Education Gallery in Theatr Clwyd until October 2.

The exhibition is a culmination of the student's work and includes a wide array of artwork, including both 2D and 3D paintings, drawings, sculptures, textiles and photographs.

Andrea Morris, who is co-organising the exhibition, said: ''It's brilliant to be able to showcase the amazing work of our GCSE students. It's brilliant to be able to collaborate with other schools across Flintshire and Wrexham to showcase the talents of our students.

''It's amazing work, most of it way beyond GCSE level so it bodes well for the majority of students who have chosen to do Art as an A Level.''