Art created by sick children will be shown in a gallery in Aberdeen city centre.
Grampian Hospital Arts Trust (GHAT) and the Belvidere Gallery, in Aberdeen, have teamed up to display the work of youngsters being treated at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
The exhibition will be on display at the gallery from today until June 30.
The children have created their works as part of the GHAT initiative Artroom, where leading artists work with patients in the north-east during their time in hospital.
GHAT director Sally Thomson said: “The Artroom is a unique project that gives people freedom of expression while in hospital. This exhibition in partnership with the Belvidere Gallery is a fabulous opportunity for young people to see their work in the public realm.”
Each child will then be presented with a framed copy of their work on July 7.