The annual exhibition is being held at Moray College UHI’s Academy block, where members of the public can see a range of work that covers photography, paintings and even exhibits of “found materials” transformed into art.
Two of the students whose work is on show this week – Lorna Syme and Charis Edward-Welles – have already been acclaimed with their work winning prizes from the Royal Scottish Academy.
Curriculum leader Gina Wall said: “Students from all levels help to make the degree show happen – it is a demonstration of the excellent collegiate atmosphere and strong sense of community that exists at Moray School of Art.”
Already this week a steady stream of visitors have called in to view the works, including an exhibit produced by 53-year-old Jo Monahan who has produced a series of works based on the effect that space can have on people.
Jo said: “The idea behind my work is the experience of space and how it makes us feel – using the college building itself to convey this.
“I have attached three-dimensional sculpture pieces to the walls and used an array of what we refer to as ‘found materials’ – like an old car bumper I found in a ditch.”
Alongside the art exhibition there is also a textiles show. The exhibition remains open to the public from 10am to 8pm today and Thursday, and from 10am to 5pm on Friday and Saturday.