ART created by GCSE and A Level pupils from Haverfordwest is on display at a Milford Haven gallery this month.

The Lines of Enquiry exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Docks is a first for the new Haverfordwest High VC School.

Pieces from more than 30 students are on show, following an official opening this week.

In preparation for the event, these creative youngsters have spent many months experimenting with materials, ideas and techniques - each following individual lines of enquiry.

Chris Prosser, assistant leader of learning in the expressive arts department at Haverfordwest High VC, said: “In each case pupils have been inspired by a diverse and wide range of starting points from portraiture, landscape, still life and figurative work to conceptual ideas.

“Students have been vigorous in their experimentation and been inspired by a plethora of contemporary and more traditional artists.

"It’s fantastic to see each pupil’s work develop and the exhibition makes for engaging viewing. "From fine art outcomes to 3D work, textiles, printmaking and graphics, the work is very varied and illustrates the talent and creativity of our students."

The exhibition was opened by Andy Jones, interim chief executive of the Port of Milford Haven on Monday, February 11.

David Randell, Waterfront Gallery director said: “We’re delighted to have this opportunity to showcase the work of these young people and hope they will be inspired to go further with their creative studies and possibly return as young adults exhibiting with us.”

The exhibition runs from until Saturday, February 23, and the gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am till 4pm.