A LYMM artist is set to hold an exhibition of his work at the National Football Museum in Manchester.

Dad-of-two Jamie Edwards, 41, will showcase his drawings to celebrate the release of his book Drawing the 92.

After his first sketch of The City Ground in Nottingham in 2005, Jamie has spent more than a decade travelling many thousands of miles to draw every single Premier and Football League stadium in the country.

His pictures have sold in their thousands, with commissions requested by The FA, UEFA and top football clubs worldwide.

He said: "My work is an exploration of shape, line and colour.

"I enjoy interpreting traditional sports stadiums in a fresh and contemporary manner, ultimately, encouraging fans to rediscover their familiar environments.

"These buildings are cathedrals to their fans and I hope this book will be seen as my own special tribute to the part that these structures have played in their lives and memories."

The event will take place on November 4 from 10am to 5pm and Jamie will host a talk at 1pm and 3pm.

Copies of the book, including a £92 signed and numbered limited edition version, can be pre-ordered via 92Book.co while Jamie's drawings can be viewed on his website urbancolours.co.uk.