Newsnight Globe artist Paul Badham at Kings Hill

The exhibition programme at kings Hill is currently in its sixth year and features artwork by prominent, up and coming artists.

The artworks are on display in eight multi let buildings and the programme is part of Liberty Property UK's ongoing commitment to promote the arts and provide staff, tenants and visitors with an extraordinary work environment.

The artworks on display are a mixture of paintings, photographs and sculptures.

Featuring this winter is renowned sculptor Paul Badham, who created the iconic Newsnight Globe for the BBC title sequence. His reputation soon grew and he became well known for his window displays for Selfridge's and Fortnum and Mason. Paul's most prestigious commission was his collaboration with Alexander McQueen, incorporating giant insects for a display in Harvey Nichol's windows.

This current exhibition features a stunning sculpture of a life size ballerina, modelled on Paul's daughter Amber, which caused a stir when it was exhibited on a roundabout in Hayward's Heath as part of the Hayward's Heath Art Trail in March.

All of the artworks are for sale and details of the exhibiting artists can be found on the Kings Hill website.

The exhibition runs until the end of January 2015.

The programme is part of a collaboration between Arts & Business and Liberty Property Trust UK. Liberty is committed to bring art into the workplace and enhance employees working environments. Now in its fifth year, the art (curated by Brighton-based artist June Frickleton) is shown in the multi-let buildings on the Kings Hill site at West Malling in Kent.