A Speyside malthouse will host a display of work by international artists who have spent the summer brushing up on their skills in the area.
The exhibition is the result of Glenfiddich distillery’s artists in residence programme, which attracts entrants from all over the world.
Each year the William Grant and Sons base at Dufftown offers painters, sculptors and multimedia artists the opportunity to create pieces in and around the plant.
Successful applicants from Spain, Taiwan and China arrived in Moray at the end of May to begin their three-month residencies, and were later followed by other artists – including Aberdeen-based sculptor Ben Martin.
The work of the Spanish, Taiwanese and Chinese artists includes pieces inspired by the old Dufftown to Keith railway track and a film of local Hhighland dancers performing in Speyside woodland.
Curator for Glenfiddich’s Artists in Residence scheme, Andy Fairgrieve, said: “Our international artists have found the distillery and its beautiful surrounding countryside to be a well of inspiration.”
The artists stay in a fully equipped house and studio and are paid production fees for new work.
Aberdeen’s Ben Martin, 30, studied design in the city and graduated from Gray’s School of Art with a first class degree last year.
Since launching in 2002, the scheme has hosted more than 100 artists from 20 countries worldwide.
The exhibition will open at the distillery’s on-site gallery at 6.30pm on Friday, July 24.
Admission is free and the work will be available to view from 12.30pm to 5.30pm each Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until late August.
It will be followed by a second exhibition on August 28, and a third on September 25.