A new exhibition in Aberdeen will depict the changes in the oil industry during the last decade.
The University of Aberdeen will host Sue Jane Taylor’s artwork of the male-dominated world of oil and gas.
She has documented some of the most remote and challenging industrial environments in Scotland over the past three decades.
The Age of Oil exhibition opens on March 23 at the Sir Duncan Rice Library, and has been developed in association with the National Museums Scotland – where it was first displayed last year.
It will focus on Aberdeen Harbour, the Murchison and Brent Fields and, latterly, the Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm project in the Moray Firth.
There will also be a series of talks, workshops and events in partnership with the Aberdeen Maritime Museum.
Sue Jane said: “I am delighted that Age of Oil touring will be showing at Sir Duncan Rice Library’s exhibition space.
“It is such wonderful purpose-built space located in the heart of the university campus in Old Aberdeen.”
The exhibition will run until July 8.