Budding art students were able to show off their talents at the International School of Luxembourg's first ever art exhibition on Thursday.
The temporary gallery on the second floor of the Merl-based school features work from some 31 grade 10 students.
“Because we are an IB school the students get their qualification at the end of grade 12. They don't get a qualification in grade 10, which is why we decided to have this exhibition,” explained ISL art teacher Olivia Lorton.
The paintings, sculptures and drawings were the culmination of two years' work by the students, who are aged 15 to 16 years old. It provides them with a chance to showcase their work while also giving younger students making their subject choices a taste of what to expect if they study art.
Student Claire Steinmetz plans to continue studying art for the IB next year. She said: “It's the first time I've exhibited my work. I was a bit nervous before the exhibition but I think it's nice we can show people what we've done.”
The exhibition, which will continue for the next few weeks, remains open to the public.