A former Glasgow School of Art student has won a competition hosted by an art studio in the city and an Aberdeenshire whisky distillery.
The anCnoc Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky and Glasgow Print Studio contest, called Northland, was won by Christine Leathem’s lithograph ‘Untitled’.
The brief of the contest was to represent the scenery around the Knockdhu Distillery near Huntly. Ms Leathem has won £500 and a visit to the distillery.
She said: "Winning the prize took me completely by surprise; it was a real confidence boost which has encouraged me to keep pushing my own work and keep creating. I am now looking forward to visiting the distillery."
John Byrne, the artist and playwright, was a judge in the competition. He added: "I’m so impressed with the working space in the building and especially the amount of talent bursting through the walls. Every piece of work was at such a high standard I found it hard to choose just one."
Ms Leathem’s work and others shortlisted for the prize will be on show at the Glasgow Print Studio until October 2.