BUDDING Picassos were in the frame at a colourful arts display at Kilmacolm Primary.

Each class were inspired by a different artists, from Picasso and Van Gogh to American pop artist Keith Haring, to Rennie Mackintosh, LS Lowry and Quentin Blake.

The exhibition was held in the gym hall while classes held workshops for their parents.

Head teacher Simone McCredie said: "We have invited parents to the exhibition and they are also invited to an art masterclass in the classrooms.

"We are selling the framed artwork for £5 and the money we raise will pay for a dance coach to come into the school."

Pupils learned all about traditional Rangoli Patterns in their workshop and created vibrant artwork on the floor as they do in India.

Mrs O'Donnell, teaches P4/3, who were inspired by Quentin Blake, said: "They children have really enjoyed it.

"Through the art masterclass they learn about teamwork and collaboration.

"They have worked very hard on it."

Proud parents Lee Davis and Barrie Stewart had no problem spotting their son Angus's picture.

Lee said: "We knew exactly which one was Angus's."

Angus, 10, said: "I was inspired by Keith Haring, who draws stick figures."