An ART exhibition with a different takes visitors on a trip into the world of technology.

Qube in Oswestry will host an event entitled Painting by Pixels, which features artwork and photography created using either tablets or mobile phones.

Some of the work showcased in Painting by Pixels has been created at workshops run by Paul Kielty and Nadia Kingsley at both Derwen College and Designs in Mind.

The rest of the work has been created by lead artists Giancarlo Facchinetti and Nadia Kingsley, of Sweeney Mountain, Paul Kielty of Wolverhampton, and “Isaac” from Birmingham.

The exhibition is part of an Arts Council for England-funded programme which also includes an e-book on how to paint by pixels, with examples of work created by the lead artists and other participants.

Painting by Pixels - which features both abstract and figurative work - can be seen in both the upstairs and downstairs galleries at Qube, which is located on Oswald Road.

There will also be a digital slideshow of artwork.

The Painting by Pixels exhibition will be held at Qube from August 3 to September 3.

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