An annual event showcasing the work of Angus artists will take place next week.
Angus Open Studios (AOS) will see participants open up their studios to members of the public over the bank holiday weekend between May 26 and 30.
Since the first displays in 2011, the event has attracted many visitors who are keen to meet local artists.
Those involved range from established names to recent graduates, such as Kate Cunningham from Duncan of Jordanstone art college and well-known ceramicist Fran Marquis.
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops and demonstrations.
Chairwoman Rosalie Benoy said: “This is a great way to support the thriving and vibrant local creative community — to buy local and come home with something beautiful and unique.”
In Forfar, Victoria Wylie Hale will give taster sessions of her Explore Play Create workshops for children.
Rachel Bower’s Woven Willow is familiar as a stall holder at Forfar farmers’ market.
Ros Macdonald’s Inky works can be found on the Tealing, Muirhead and Liff trail, exhibiting with Mike Kay, Jeweller and Patricia Griffin’s textiles.
This year, Kirriemuir has a large participating artistic community, including Suzanne Scott of Whimsical Lush, fresh from her work on the Oor Wullie Bucket Trail at Dundee waterfront.
She joins painter Jonathan Mitchell and jeweller Linda Sinclair.
Detailed information can be found on www.angusopenstudios.com with leaflets available from many outlets.