An art exhibition is being held in the grounds of one of Scotland's oldest inhabited houses.
Sculptures, installations and paintings will be set up in the grounds of Traquair House, to reflect aspects of its rich and complex heritage.
Art on display includes two replica sized bears cast from an archery target and a display of moth prints, only visible under special ultra violet light.
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