A Collieston art student has explored what it means to be human in a series of paintings which will be unveiled in Aberdeen..
Paolo Doyle (53), will see his work displayed at Gray’s School of Art Degree Show, which runs from June 18 to 25.
The former ecologist had nursed a life-long dream to study painting professionally and the exhibition will be the culmination of his studies which he began in 2012.
He said: “The four years at Gray’s have been fantastic. I’ve enjoyed all of it immensely. I am proud to have been a part of one of the best paining courses in the country for a short time.
“Unlike most of my previous work, the degree show exhibition is very personal to me. As well as questioning my own place it attempts to express the feelings I have of being in my current situation.”
To find out more about the show visit www.gru.ac.uk/degreeshow