TWEEDDALE Museum is hosting an exhibition on the works of famous Scot, Hamish MacDonald.

Courtesy of his daughter Nicola MacDonald, the late Hamish's work is being displayed in the museum as part of a celebration of the artist's creations.

In 2008, Nicola took over Hamish MacDonald Fine Art Prints, which is home to many of Hamish's signed, stamped and limited edition prints.

Nicola told us: "I am very excited to be exhibiting the most recent collection of limited-edition prints, cards, and luxury silk scarves at Tweeddale Museum. It will be the first time I have exhibited in Peebles and I am very much looking forward to showing the exhibition in such a beautiful gallery within the museum."

Alongside his original prints, scarves and cushions made by Nicola and inspired by her father's designs will also be on display.

Assistant Curator for Live Borders Museums and Galleries, Phoebe Stewart, said: "We’re delighted to be showcasing Hamish MacDonald’s work at Tweeddale Museum.

"His bold palette and stunning artwork will be a great exhibition to have over the winter in Peebles."

‘Hamish MacDonald: The Print Collection’ is already open and will run until January 18, 2020.

The museum is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 12.30pm and 1pm to 4pm, and Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm. The museum will close for the Christmas holiday on December 24 and will reopen on January 2.