Sue Jane Taylor, whose bronze memorial in memory of the victims of the North Sea tragedy was opened in 1991, has completed paintings, etchings, drawings and diaries to document the Beatrice project, near an oil field off the Caithness coast.
The exhibition, which examines the construction of the five-megawatt turbines in the Moray Firth, will be at the Aberdeen Maritime Museum from tomorrow until January 4,
Taylor said: "In my work I try to capture the extreme environment people work in offshore, and now also with pioneering renewable energy prototypes which are being tested all around our northern coastal waters.
"It is important that this part of our history is recorded."
Meredith Greiling, the museum's curator of maritime history, said: "The human perspective is at the heart of Sue Jane's work and is what makes them accessible to visitors.
"Having her unique artistic view of the offshore energy industries helps us to engage a wider audience and encourages visitors to look at science, engineering and industry in a new way."