A budding young artist has raised more than £2,000 by selling his artwork at his own silent auction.
Caelan Smith, 16, organised the auction to raise money for a trip of a lifetime to Borneo to take part in community work.
It was held at the Botanic Gardens where he sold all 50 of his pictures, seven that local artists had donated and various other items such as colouring-in sheets.
Caelan’s younger brother Arran also played the pipes and at the event, even donated the £82 he made to his brother.
Mum Emma said: “In all, Caelan was able to raise £2,407.65. We are absolutely blown away.”
Working in the island community in Borneo will not be the first time Caelan has helped out those in need as he often volunteers at groups around his local area of Ardler.
He added: “I have always been interested in helping people and travelling so I am really looking forward to my trip.
“I do a lot of volunteer work already with Better:Gen, a small organisation which works with elderly people who are trying to get fit.
“I have also done other fundraising for my trip including washing cars and a bungee jump at Killiecrankie which raised more than £1,000.
“I also did Christmas present wrapping last year.”