Millie Wark of Lathallan School won the art competition ‘My Future Aspirations’ held by Aberdeen recruitment company, Thorpe Molloy Recruitment.
The competition asked pupils from across Aberdeen City and Shire to create a self-portrait in any medium, depicting their career goals.
Millies skillfully observed driftwood horsehead was selected from over 100 entrants and depicts her ambition to become an equine vet.
It will take centre stage in a show of work hosted by the Grampian Hospital Arts Trust (GHAT), at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) and The Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning throughout January.
The competition has just celebrated its 7th year in 2015.