An exhibition is being held to celebrate the work of a north-east artist who died last year.
Debbie Neill lost her battle with cancer in August, but throughout her illness she had continued to paint.
The Milton Gallery, in Crathes, was an early supporter of her work and one of the first places to display her paintings.
Since her death, a number of visitors to the gallery have asked about Mrs Neill’s work, unaware of her death.
Now, the gallery has decided to pay tribute to Mrs Neill and run an exhibition from this weekend, which will also feature some of her close artist friends.
Much of the inspiration for her work was drawn from the buildings and landscapes of Aberdeen and the north-east.
Due to the popularity of the artist’s works, all of her originals have been sold to collectors.
These will now be loaned back to the gallery and will be exhibited along with framed prints.
Born in Zambia, Mrs Neill travelled the world teaching English as a foreign language.
She moved to the area with her family in 1997, with her husband who worked in the oil industry.
Mrs Neill’s family continue to produce high-quality prints and cards featuring her work, and a book of her paintings was published just before Christmas.
The exhibition will include work from Aberdeen artists Kanita Sim, Sandie Youngson, Sue Thornton, Elaine Thomson and Alison Davidson.
It opens on Saturday and runs until February 28, from 10am-5pm Monday to Saturday, and 11am-5pm on Sunday.