The work of Forfar artist Davina Jamieson is currently being exhibited at the Whitehills Health and Community Care Centre in Forfar.
Patients, staff and visitors alike are invited to view and enjoy the new colourful and vibrant art exhibition at which features paintings of flowers, fruit and local landscapes.
Local artist Davina Jamieson, who lives in Forfar, will be exhibiting at Whitehills for the next few weeks.
Situated in the main corridor of the centre, the gallery has provided a venue for many local artists and the public are encouraged to pop in and view this new display of 24 colourful art works.
On view at Whitehills is a selection of bright vibrant flowers including tulips, poppies, daffodils, sunflowers and roses with images of vegetables and local landscapes completing the eye-catching display.
Davina is a self-taught artist with a life-long interest in art.
Over the years she has exhibited her art work in various locations across Angus with some of her paintings finding homes both here in Scotland and abroad.
Exhibitions at the centre are changed regularly throughout the year with artists donating 20% commission on all sales to the Whitehills Arts & Environment Fund.
All money raised is used to enhance the Whitehills environment for patients, staff and visitors.
Although the exhibition space is house in the corridors of at health centre, the art work is not just confined for those attending the centre or those visiting patients in the wards.
The exhibition is accessed via the main reception area at the centre in Station Road on the outskirts of town.