Three of Fife’s young artists of tomorrow have received an early career boost from legal, financial and property company Pagan Osborne.
After running a children's house drawing competition at last month's Fife Show the company invited local journalist Leeza Clark of The Courier to judge the entries.
Over 20 entries were received from children depicting homes in fun, bright and unusual ways.
Fiona Donaldson of Pagan Osborne said:
“The pictures were lovely and the children did a great job. We are really grateful to Leeza for choosing the winners – it must have been a tough task with such nice drawings to choose from.”
First place was awarded to Isabel Jones, 10, for her drawing of a lovely cottage with garden. Second place went to Elanor Louise Thompson, 10, for her bright and cheery home and third place went to Evie Clark, five, for her very original rocketing houses.
The children were all awarded craft prizes to help them on their route to further artistic endeavours.
Fiona Donaldson of Pagan Osborne with the winning entries