Artwork depicting various forms of nature are to be showcased at Sudbury railway station.
Pupils from Thomas Gainsborough School in Great Cornard explored a range of nature scenes as part of an art project.
Inspired by a science competition entitled Patterns in Nature, the project involved capturing unusual designs and textures by taking photographs of natural objects.
Art teacher Lucy Nichol praised the efforts of her students.
“They’ve done a fantastic job,” she said. “The quality of the work was of a very high standard.”
Youngsters from Years 7 to 9, together with students from other year groups, who were keen to get involved, took part in the project.
“It promotes the value of art, which I think boosts students’ confidence and their ability,” said Miss Nichol, who was impressed by their enthusiasm.
“It was nice see so many students getting involved, it was homework, but seeing the enjoyment they got was excellent.”
Following the project, the Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership has agreed to display the work at Sudbury railway station.
It will be unveiled to the public at a later date.