FIVE art students visited a farm shop near Atworth this week to see their work of art go on display.
Friedensreich the pig was part of the King Bladud’s public art trail in Bath during the summer, but following the event she was bought at auction by Neston Park Farm Shop for its customers to enjoy.
The students, from Culverhay School in Bath, visited their pig in its new home on Tuesday.
Lady Venetia Fuller, owner of the farm shop, said: “We are delighted to have Friedensreich here at the farm shop where everyone can still see her.
“We are hoping that our free range organic pigs here on the farm will like looking at her too.”
During the summer Friedensreich was on show outside a hotel in Parade Street, Bath, as part of the his historical trail.