A STOURBRIDGE artist is getting set to open up her home for an annual exhibition which raises cash for poverty stricken kids in Africa.

Contemporary artist Pascale Bigot will be holding the art and craft exhibition at her home at 70 Worcester Street from Friday November 8 to Sunday November 10.

The open event, which runs from 10am to 5pm on all three days, which see a variety of original paintings, cards, vases, scarves and jewellery on display and for sale.

Pascale, who uses pastels, mixed media and polymer clay to create artwork and jewellery, said: “I will have all sorts of unique and original pieces for sale plus present deas for Christmas, birthdays and special events.”

Proceeds from the event will go to French charity Grain de Sable, which helps to empower and educate disadvantaged women and children in Africa.

Entry to the exhibition is free. For more details contact Pascale on 01384 444939 or email pascalebigot11@gmail.com