This painting was inspired by the distinct rock formations found in the national parks of Utah, as well as dramatic shapes and weathered formation of a ruined castle in Ayrshire, Scotland.
The smooth twilight colour palette emphasises the beauty and isolation of this structure.
Mesa was painted using oils paints and liquid medium to achieve the desired blended finish.
Size: 120cm x 90cm.
Frame: White wood Frame.
Sacred land is a textured mixed medium artwork.
The shapes and colours have been chosen to reflect an area that is of special significance to the indigenous people who live there.
The land is held sacred; the mood is quiet and sombre. The underlying feeling is of strength and belief.
Size: 60cm x 40cm Frame: Stretched Canvas Housed in 5cm White Wood Frame Medium: Textures, Artists Clay & Acrylics
Crag is a mixed medium artwork using Textures and Acrylics.
The raised textures of the lower section represent mountains in the Scottish Highlands. The palette shows the dramatic colours and shapes we are lucky to have in these areas. The purples, deep browns and white snow of the hillside set against the dramatic skylines.
( very small mark to white border. Reduced accordingly)
Size: 38cm x 28cm canvas board.
Frame: White wooden Frame with white card border. Total size 50cm x 43cm.
Medium: Textures and Acrylics.
Still Water shows a body of water in the early morning mist.
Shrubs and plants are visible in the stillness; small tress can be seen at the waters edge.
Cold wax and oil paints have been used, with subtle and light colours mixed to emphasise the quietness and tranquillity.
Size: 60cm x 50cm Frame: Stretched Canvas Housed in 5cm White Wood Frame Medium: Cold Wax and Oils
Middle Of Nowhere
Middle of Nowhere is an acrylic artwork on a stretched canvas housed in a floating frame. It shows the outer edges of a deep and dense forest.
layers of acrylics were used for this, and a scraping technique applied to allow the lower layers to shine through the darker top acrylic paint.