Under the theme of natural, ancient and modern, Warren, a full-time Lego artist and author since 2012, has used thousands of Lego bricks to create landmarks like the Great Wall of China, Niagra Falls and the Great Pyramid of Giza, as well as a modern surgical operating theatre, container ships and a hi-tech airport.
Modern wonder: Hi-tech airport
To celebrate the launch of the exhibition the Lichfield Street gallery is organising a day of family workshops called the Brick Wonders of Wolverhampton.
Visitors to the gallery on April 8 can create their own iconic Wolverhampton buildings or dress up as a Lego character and have their face painted. Five different Brick Wonders workshops are being held for anyone to drop in and enjoy, from Bricktastic City, Mayhem Play-den, Superhero Dress-up, to face painting and the Brick-wonder gallery. Adults can escape in a grown-up Lego Lounge.
Hard work: Constructing the Great Pyramid of Giza
Tickets for the exhibition cost £4 adults, £2 children or £10 for a family of four. For those who want to return for a second or third look there is a special season ticket which is £6 adults, £3 children and £15 for a family ticket allowing three visits to Brick Wonders.
The Brick Wonders of Wolverhampton workshops on April 8 run from 11am to 3pm and cost £5 per child. There is a maximum capacity of 20 children and adults at a time.
Detail: Old London Bridge
Councillor John Reynolds, Wolverhampton cabinet member for City Economy, says: ''Lego is the staple toy of childhood and it doesn't matter how old or young you are you can be as creative as you like with it. This exhibition proves just how far you can go with a bit of imagination and a lot of Lego. I'm sure it is going to be a very popular show."