Works by Banksy, Ralph Steadman and JJ Adams will go on display at Aberdeen Art Fair this weekend.
The celebration of various mediums, styles and presentation of artwork, now in its fifth year, will offer visitors the chance to view and purchase pieces by a various artists at the Music Hall on September 5 and 6.
A number of stands representing galleries across Scotland will have a variety of artworks on display, with paintings from Anna King, Helen Tabor and Fiona Miller on show alongside sculptures by Alison Bell.
Work by award-winning Illustrator Ralph Steadman will also be on display as well as pieces by Jack Frame, landscape artist Fiona Haldane, and Ade Adesine who won the Royal Academy of Art Summer Charity Award.
An original piece by anonymous artist and political activist Banksy will also be on display at the weekend-long event.
A free children’s crèche featuring art projects taught by Aberdeen craft company I Heart Art will be on offer as well as a complimentary wine tasting hosted by Majestic Wines.
The Aberdeen Art Fair runs from 9.30pm to 5.30pm on Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sunday at the Music Hall. Tickets cost £3 for adults and under 16’s go free.
For more information, head to the Aberdeen Art Fair website.