A new exhibition will showcase work created by people who have brain injuries.
Headway East Sussex, based in Newick, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the art displays at the Jubilee Library in Brighton.
The charity offers rehabilitation and support services victims of brain conditions.
Art as a therapy stimulates many parts of the brain on both the right and left sides, verbal and non-verbal, which works to improve the links between the component parts of the brain to make it stronger.
Many people who never thought they could draw or paint discover their creative side by trying their hand at various forms of art.
Sessions at Headway East Sussex are inspired by accomplished artists and supported by art therapy volunteers who are trained to help clients explore the emotions and feelings they are experiencing and to express them through art.
Headscapes will run from June 11th to 17th during library opening hours.