A CLACKS charity has launched an art exhibition in association with Creative Stirling to showcase work made by its members.

Scottish Autism, based in Alloa, has unveiled the exhibition as part of their Art Opportunities initiative, which allows autistic adults to create artwork through the service.

The artwork has been put on display at the Made in Stirling shop on King Street, with many of the items available to be purchased.

Meagan McConnachie, senior autism practitioner at Scottish Autism, said: “We have been extremely fortunate to collaborate with the team at Creative Stirling on this project.

“This has allowed the individuals who access our services to showcase their amazing talents and the fabulous artwork that they have created.

“The team are incredibly proud of all their achievements and feel this is an excellent opportunity to have their work seen by the wider community.

“People should feel free to pop in to view the exhibition and pick up a fabulous one-of-a-kind piece of art, the proceeds of which are put back into services to further support our individuals.”

The art exhibition will run throughout the whole of November, with the public urged to stop by and view the artwork.

Pieces of art on display include glasswork, printworks and paintings.

Alister MacMillan, business development and operations manager at Creative Stirling, added: “We are delighted to be able to host this exhibition which showcases the talented individuals who attend Scottish Autism’s Art Opportunities service.

“We are sure that the public will enjoy seeing the pieces they have produced, and we encourage people to come in and have a look while the exhibition is ongoing.”