An impressive display of drawing, painting, textiles, sculpture and photography by West Highland College UHI students is now on show in Portree.
The college’s annual art exhibition demonstrates the wide range and high level of talent of full and part-time students on its art and design and higher photography courses on Skye.
And it is open to the public at the Struan Road site until Friday afternoon.
Art lecturer Susan MacInnes said: “The full time students’ work this year is based on the natural environment and particularly from our rich local Skye landscape, concentrating on natural form, colours, lines and textures.”
Caroline Dear, who is lecturer for the part-time art and design skills course said all the students had been given the opportunity to explore a variety of disciplines from sculpture to digital media to textiles.
And photography lecturer Simon Larson said the first intake of higher photography students had produced a wide range of “dynamic photographs”.
He added that many of the students juggled full-time jobs and families with their studies.
Sarah Bruce, curriculum area lead for creative arts at the college, said: “Our courses offer the opportunity not just to engage and develop a passion for art and creativity, but also to take a first step in establishing a career path into a flourishing industry sector in the Highlands and islands.”