A new exhibition of contemporary artwork is travelling around Aberdeenshire this week.
The Travelling Gallery custom-built bus has hit the road with its spring exhibition, Eat Sleep Work Repeat, and has been parked at Mearns Academy since Monday.
Pupils from the school have been visiting the gallery which is also open to the public at the specified times.
Artists on board this year have examined the industrialised and repetitive effects of work, school and college life.
The show, being run by Edinburgh’s city arts centre, will arrive at Auchenblae Primary School tomorrow and Fettercairn Main Square on Friday.
Exhibits by artists KP Brehmer, Tessa Lynch, Jamie Green and Amalia Pica include sculptures, graphs, charts and expandable foam.
Jamie Green’s work takes a “humorous look at consumerism” and has made naked sculptures from expandable foam which were then taken to a shop for a personal shopper makeover.
During a period of five days, the sculptures were given a consultation room while members of the personal shopping team dressed the sculptures within a set budget.
The gallery can be found at Mearns Academy Community Campus and is open today from 3.30 to 4.30pm.
It moves to Auchenblae Primary School tomorrow for pupil visits and then Fettercairn Main Square on Friday where it will be open between 12.30 and 3.30pm.
The gallery will also be touring throughout Scotland until June 2017 and details of venues can be found at www.travellinggallery.com