A competition challenging budding artists to create portraits of country music superstar Johnny Cash will draw to a close in Glenrothes today.
Friday saw the first full day of ‘A Portrait of Johnny’ in the Kingdom Centre, with local artists and participants being encouraged to submit their drawings in Lyon Square between 9am and 5pm.
And the event will continue today during the same times, as dozens of people give their own take on the ‘Man in Black’.
Once all the entries have been collated they will be sent to Cash’s daughter Rosanne, who has given the event her blessing and will pick an overall winner.
The winner of the competition, launched by Go Glenrothes, will receive a prize of £500, with runners-up prizes of £200 and £100 also available.
Cash’s Fife roots lie in and around the Falkland area, hence the inspiration for the project.