The spring sunshine brought art lovers out in force across Fife this weekend.
Two separate art festivals offered members of the public a glimpse of artists and craftspeople at work.
The Artline Open Doors weekend featured a total of 11 venues along the East Coast main rail line.
Artline was set up in 2015 to showcase the restored art and heritage buildings on the track from North Queensferry in the south to Cupar in the north of the kingdom.
The formerly derelict railway premises have found new life as artist’s studios or heritage centres.
The exhibition included work by Karen Trotter and Lucie Macaulay in North Queensferry, Sheena Berry and Maureen Sangster in Inverkeithing, Catherine Lindow and Paul Neal in Aberdour, Susy Kirk in Burntisland, Douglas Gray in Kinghorn and Kirsty Lorenz in Ladybank.
Elsewhere, Aberdour Heritage Centre and Cupar Heritage Centre told the story of their own areas’ rich past.
Open Studios North Fife also welcomed visitors in to dozens of venues.
More than 70 artists and designer-makers opened up their usually private work places to let visitors see what goes on behind the studio doors.
The event, now in its 12th year, regularly attracts thousands of visitors to north Fife from the local area and beyond.
Open Studios North Fife continues on Monday when studios will be open from 10am to 6pm.