A West London pub has been transformed into an art gallery, courtesy of Parisian artist.

The French contemporary artist arrived in London last year and has chosen the walls of the trendy locals' favourite to show off her latest work entitled "Once upon a time".

A collection of surrealist collages with a dream-like theme, the exhibition was unveiled earlier this month.

The Castle - famed as much for its celebrity clientele as for its sumptuous interior, extensive range of traditional ales and premium lagers and mouth-watering food - is located on the tranquil tree-lined reaches of Holland Park Avenue and offers customers a welcome dose of friendly charm coupled with sophisticated chic.

Sabine Tartarin's exhibition adds to the eclectic blend of classic pub and contemporary and retro kitsch furnishings.

With the addition of these works of modern art that wouldn't look out of place in Manhattan loft-style apartment, The Castle continues to provide visual stimulation in addition to welcome mental relaxation.