A Dundee artist has harnessed grief she experienced as a teenager to create powerful works of art with ultra-violet light.
Janine Getty was only 16 when her mother Catherine passed away.
Her work is on display at the Dundee University Degree Show on Perth Road which is free to the public until the end of the week.
The Duncan of Jordanstone-based graduate used line illustrations of plants surrounding the tree at Loch Katrine where her mother’s ashes were scattered. She said: “The tree is a 100-year-old oak perched on top of the rock.
“It has grown, smashed through the boulder, and its roots now hold it together and I think that’s very symbolic of my mum. My mum was just 45 when she died but she always held everything together.”