SCOTTISH landscape artist Moy Mackay is putting the final touches to her latest collection ahead of this year’s Borders Art Fair.

Over 60 exhibitors will join the award-winning artist this month at the non-profit fair in Kelso.

Moy graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1990.

And now works at WASPS artist studios in Selkirk as well as running the Moy Mackay Gallery in Peebles.

She has achieved international acclaim in the likes of Australia, the USA and Europe for her unique work as a fibre artist.

In 2016, Moy was a contestant in the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year with her felt creations.

Moy has been a regular exhibitor and loyal supporter of the Borders Art Fair since it was launched.

And she is excited about this year's forthcoming event.

Moy told us: “We can’t thank festival director Frances Fergusson, patrons Hugo Burge, Will Ramsay, Jane Countess of Haddington and their team of helpers enough.

“I know from first-hand experience that the positive impact and wide-ranging benefits of this event are felt right across the Borders and are impossible to quantify in figures only.

“People are proud that the Borders is staging this event and proud to be part of it too.

“Since the inaugural Fair in 2014 and last year’s revamp, the Borders Art Fair has been a welcome breath of fresh air for many artists and gallery owners working across the Scottish Borders and beyond.

“It is also becoming increasingly important as a unique and reliable showcase for those of us who continue to find inspiration through living and working in this especially beautiful yet too frequently unsung part of Scotland, and for whom it is essential to promote our work to the wider UK and potentially international market.”

The Fair was re-branded and re-launched last year due to an increase in funding opportunities.

Now they can showcase work from dozens of artists from across the Borders and further afield.

The Moy Mackay Gallery line-up this year includes work from Amanda Philips, Elizabeth Waugh, Sally Anne Fitter, Alison Cowan, Jen Collee and Lesley Anne Clarke.