The work of a group of art students will go on show in Moray during a public exhibition which opens next week.
The exhibition is being held at Moray College in Elgin and will be the culmination of the students’ past year of studies.
One of the artists is Bunny Little who says he tries to make his work reflect his life.
The 53-year-old embarked on his career in art with the Introduction to Art portfolio course in 2007 and has successfully worked his way to achieving his honours degree.
The main piece created by Mr Little is entitled Transformation with the central focus being a white stag.
The mature student wants to credit his success to his lecturers at Moray School of Art who have supported him through some tough times over the last seven years. He said: “I wanted to pay back the tutors who have believed in me.
“I also wanted to do something that represents my time at the college.
Mr Little is local to Elgin and before beginning the art course at Moray College he worked as a plant operator in Burghead for Diageo for 16 years, but left after being pensioned off due to ill health.
He was also a member of the British territorial army and says he “misses it immensely.”
The fine art degree show is open to the public from this Monday to next Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Alexander Graham Centre at Moray College UHI has received an award in the Education Building or Project category at the prestigious Scottish Design Awards.
The building was funded by Moray College UHI, NHS Grampian, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and the European Regional Development Fund.