Youngsters put their creative skills to the test to come up with art pieces for an exhibition.
Pupils at the Willoughby School in Bourne were paid a visit by local artist Penny Boreham, who has a child at the school.
Penny gave a demonstration to the children and helped each of them come up with their own piece, which was then put on display.
Headteacher Adam Booker said: “The standard of the work has been outstanding and the pupils have all enjoyed the opportunity to work one to one with someone as talented as Penny.
“The children have been learning some very complex techniques and have overcome many obstacles in order to produce the work – but the final products are breath-taking.”
Mr Booker thanked Penny for her help.