It was a picture perfect week along the East Coast as members of the Largo Bay Art Society debuted their perfect pictures at its annual exhibition in Lundin Links.
All of the members, of which there are now 50 after the group first formed in 1994, exhibited their work from the past year at the event held in the Montrave Hall where the society meets every Wednesday evening.
From landscapes to still-life, stained glass and craft work, there was something for every kind of art lover at the local exhibition, held between July 14 - 21.
There was also a display on the history of mining in Fife, with artist impressions of the materials used at the time.
Frances Crighton, chairman of the society, said the event went very well.
“All of the work was very varied. The interest from the general public has been really good and the visitors seemed to be very impressed - all of the comments in our guest book were very positive.”
The society will be holding an open evening in September for anyone who wishes to find out more about the group.
For more information, visit www. largobayartsociety.org or call Frances on 07765948330.