It was that time of the year again when students, staff and the public flock to Linlithgow Academy to savour the eclectic mix that is the annual art exhibition organised by the S6 students.
The exhibition also included a selection of work undertaken by S3 students who are enrolled in the animation and architecture course.
And, as part of the exhibition, the Provost Lindsay trophy was presented to Misha McCullagh for excellence in art.
The award, made in memory of the late Provost Lindsay, is presented annually to a student that the department has selected in recognition of their hard work and artistic achievement.
The award was presented by Jim Ellis the Depute Provincial Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Linlithgowshire and Mrs Sandra Lindsay, widow of the late Provost Lindsay.
Laura Cumming, also an s6 student was the recipient of the award made by the Fraternity of Dyers, which was presented by Deacon David Bennie.
Picture is Laura Cumming with examples of her work. For more pictures from this event see our website: www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk