The latest exhibition of art work at the Whitehills Health and Community Care Centre features the work of Angus photographer Ken Drysdale.
Patients, staff and visitors are now able to enjoy the new photographic exhibition showcasing Scotland’s scenery and wildlife.
Ken, from Carnoustie, draws inspiration for his photographs from Scotland’s varied wildlife and beautiful countryside.
His colourful selection of 29 photographs capture images from around Scotland as well as a selection of birds and animals such as the red grouse and red squirrel.
Describing his work Ken said: “It is particularly pleasing for me to have the opportunity to display these photographs at Whitehills.
“Most of my photography has been of Scotland and photographing the landscape and wildlife and has, over the years, given me a great deal of pleasure.
“Whilst it is nice to travel overseas, there is so much to photograph in Scotland and these photographs on show are an example of a few of the places that I have visited on my travels.
“I hope my photographs bring a little pleasure to all those who view them at Whitehills”.
Exhibitions at the centre are changed every eight weeks and the majority of the works of art are for sale with each artist donating 20% commission on all sales to the Whitehills Arts & Environment Fund.
All money raised is used to enhance the Whitehills environment.
Situated in the main corridor the gallery has provided space for many local artists and the public are encouraged to pop in and view this new wildlife exhibition.
The exhibitions is easy to view - ask at the health centre’s reception for directions.