More than 20 painting by local artists have been permanently displayed at a train station.
An unveiling of the artwork was held in Radlett last Friday with Culture Secretary and Hertsmere MP Oliver Dowden invited to help with the launch.
The 23 paintings on platform two are by ten professional and amateur artists, ranging in age from teenagers to pensioners.
The four large works on the entrance ramp from the car park, based on historical maps of the area, are by four-to-16-year-old members of local Girlguiding groups.
All the artists who contributed were recruited through local community groups by community and environmental charity Groundwork East, who are working on art and landscaping projects at 19 Thameslink and Great Northern stations.
Helen Lack, a Radlett-based artist specialising in large abstracts and semi-abstract landscapes, provided three paintings.