Creative masterpieces created by Llanidloes primary school pupils have gone on display at an art exhibition in the town centre.

Children who attend Ysgol Gynradd Llanidloes have been showing off their creative flair with a series of colourful artwork inspired by Rhayader artist Amanda Skipsey which is now on display at the Wild Oak Café .

Llanidloes-based artist Osian Gwent said he is “thrilled” to unveil the latest exhibition at café showcasing the “incredible” talent of students from the local primary school.

“Inspired by the captivating creations of local artist, Amanda Skipsey, these young minds have poured their hearts into each masterpiece,” he said.

“As a passionate advocate to help promote local artists, I've had the privilege to volunteer as the curator for several exhibitions, organising and providing a platform for our local talents to shine. This particular showcase is one I've been eagerly anticipating. I love the energy and joy these paintings convey.

County Times: Ysgol Gynradd Llanidloes pupils' artwork is now on display at the Wild Oak Cafe.


“You'll be amazed by the array of paintings on display, each reflecting the unique perspective and creativity of our young artists.

"However, space is limited, so over the next four weeks, I will be rotating these captivating works to ensure every child receives the opportunity to showcase their talent. Be sure to visit frequently to witness the evolving display of artistic brilliance!

“A heartfelt thank you to Zoe Brandon and our local Co-op store for generously providing the funds to purchase the frames, making this exhibition possible. Additionally, we extend our gratitude to Llinos Rees, The Wild Oak Café and Compton's Yard Charity Trust for their unwavering support in bringing this vision to life.

“Let's come together as a community to celebrate and encourage our amazing Ysgol Gynradd Llanidloes artists!”