A new stained-glass studio has opened in Wem, coinciding with the yearly Shrewsbury Open Studios.

Couleurlive Ltd unveiled their spacious, creative space as part of the Shrewsbury Arts Trail.

They are inviting the public to view their work on Saturday, July 13 from 10.30am to 5.30pm and Sunday, July 14 from 11am to 3.30pm.

Guests had the opportunity to meet owner and artisan Nathalie Liege, get a tour of the studio, and delve into the world of stained-glass.

This art form has recently been placed on the Red List of Endangered Crafts by Heritage Crafts Association.

The work will be on show at the events  (Image: Couleurlive)

Ms Liege showcased her pieces during the open studio event, revealing past works as well as captivating pieces in progress.

Ms Liege, owner of Couleurlive Stained Glass Studio, expressed her excitement about the studio's opening.

She said: "I'm thrilled to open the doors to our new studio and share my passion for Stained-Glass with the community.

"This open studio event is a wonderful opportunity to learn about this traditional art form and see how it can be used to create beautiful and timeless pieces."