Artists displayed their work at the annual art and ceramics exhibition at All Saints Church, Little Canfield.

A total of 33 artists from the surrounding area took part in the exhibition on Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23, with 103 pictures on display.

A painting at the exhibition in Little CanfieldA painting at the exhibition in Little Canfield (Image: All Saints Church)

There was a wide range of art on show, including Cubism portraits, watercolour paintings of nearby landscapes, seascapes, beads on canvas, abstract paintings, line art and even a painting of a cabbage.

A children's art competition ran alongside the main competition, with children taking inspiration from the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Visitors could paint stones outside the churchVisitors could paint stones outside the church (Image: All Saints Church)

Ceramics lined the walls of the church, with lifelike hares and pottery tortoises on display, as well as intricate miniature pots.


Members of Hft (formerly known as Home Farm Trust) - a charity for people with learning disabilities - had a variety of ceramics and plants for sale, with ceramic beehives proving popular with customers.

Paintings on display at the exhibitionPaintings on display at the exhibition (Image: All Saints Church)

Visitors enjoyed cakes and scones in the churchyard, and there were activities outdoors for both children and adults - including the chance to paint your own pebbles.

Attendees were introduced to pottery with a workshop to make and contribute to a bigger pot, which will be exhibited at next year's show.