The work of two north-east artists has been selected for a national exhibition.
Animal campaign charity OneKind has chosen the creations of Gemma Hare and Bibo Keeley for an exhibition of Scottish wildlife and animal art to help stop animal cruelty.
Taking place at the Breeze Art Gallery in Edinburgh, the exhibition runs from October 19-25.
Gemma said: “I’m thrilled to be exhibiting in Art for Animals and I hope my work helps raise awareness of the importance of bees.
“I believe my paintings encourage the viewer to think about bee decline and how they can support conservation.”
Bibo added: “I am absolutely delighted to have been invited to participate in the Art For Animals exhibition.
“OneKind’s vision of a Scotland which celebrates all animals and where people live in harmony with animals really resonates with me.”