This is the stunning mural of a girl smelling sunflowers which has been unveiled by a top Scottish street artist at a community garden.

Bobby McNamara recently completed the art piece called 'Garden Girl' after lending his expertise to a community garden project in his neighbourhood.

The project called Pacitti Community Garden in Kinning Park, Glasgow was established to offer local residents a year-round green space to grow vegetables and socialise.

Mr McNamara - known as Rogue-oner - is well known for his Charles Rennie Mackintosh artwork and other giant murals around Glasgow.

His most recent mural depicts a girl wearing a sun hat and smelling sunflowers, while surrounded by light blue coloured butterflies.

The artist started the piece at the beginning of March and completed the work across four days - frequently interrupted by rain.

Mr McNamara said: “They’re constantly doing work in the garden.

“I’m a local and I approached them and said I like the wall and fancied doing a mural.

“They wanted something bright, colourful and to attract attention.”

“There was damage to the wall and they wanted to get it fixed before I did anything.

“There was nothing I could do until the weather got better as well.”

“It’s next door to me and it’s a great wee wall.

“I think it turned out fantastic.”

The area got its name from the Pacitti family who used to own a nearby chip shop and the land that the garden is situated on.

Elaine Derrick, chair of the Pacitti Community Garden, said: “It brought the garden to life.

“The garden project’s been going on for seven years, it was a piece of derelict land that’s now been made into a community garden.

“We’ve had funding and loads of work and help from volunteers.

“It’s incredible, lots of people want join and help out.”

The group are fundraising for a polytunnel so the garden can be used 52 weeks of the year and are looking to open the space to the public next month.

Ms Derrick added: “We’ve made it into something useful and Bobby’s made it into something incredible.”