My past PR coverage includes:
These small canvas prints are all approximately 33 x 39cms. Giclee inks on a quality canvas that is then varnished.
They are very appropriate for a small corner or hanging in groups. The images above are examples from the Moonscape series.
All the images have double frames to increase recession.
We are happy to ship and pack within the U.K. at the gallery price of £ 195.00
The Mall Galleries ‘buy art’ site is by invitation or for artists who have exhibited with them before.
Just delighted to have this painting ‘ moonlight and moors ‘ featured on the landscape and city scape opening page.
The painting is oil on canvas and measures 90 x 50 cms
Congratulations to Alexander and Beatrice for their prize winning entries.
PI – 3 category
2017: Telling Tales
The MUSA Young Artist Award is an annual art competition for schools in Fife.
Our Young Artists this year explored different ways of telling stories and representing words with their artworks.
Winning entries will be displayed at the Byre Theatre St Andrews between 3rd June and 7th September.
I was asked to contribute a painting for this very worth while cause .
Organised by the John Casson Foundation who contribute enormously to various charities.
The event was for the Cornwall air ambulance.
A tremendously successful evening.
The image of our dancer below shows her sheltering from the impending storm.
As a landscape artist I have always wanted to appeal to the viewer’s imagination in finding a place to go in their visual exploration around the canvas.
Two of the images from our film ‘The Journey‘ Tina Forres-Hitt our wonderful dancer interprets the responses to the varying environments and weather.
Above the Clouds
The last image in the film before the dancer elevates into darkness.
Above the Clouds
There she goes,
above the clouds where Cobalt sky reigns over.
No need to rush the easy breeze To paint her memories.
Time melts the clock, all is quiet.
Poetry by Amy Simmons
It is so brilliant to receive pictures of my paintings in their new homes.
Thank you to journalist Nicholas Usherwood for his article in the Galleries magazine. www.galleries.co.uk. Scotland remain connected and connected.
He takes his readers through the main Edinburgh exhibitions concluding on his observations of my work on Skye.
Nichola Hunter Journalist and Angus Blackburn photographer came to the studio and Gallery to write a piece about the development of the original croft house into what we have now turned it into!
The working studio is a particular joy to be able to have the space to work on the larger canvases with a warm wood burning stove at my back for the colder days.
Great article about Scottish Islands in Septembers Scottish Field – Where to Stay – Where to Eat!
Happy to be included on their ‘Meet the Artist’ page.