We now have lots of gifts and artwork featuring “Rainstorm, Isle of Skye”.

My new(ish) artwork “Rainstorm, Isle of Skye” now appears on many of our art, stationery, homeware, tableware and jewellery ranges.

It may be my favourite range at the moment!  You can see the full collection here

New Work, Ben More Isle of Mull

I’ve had “make new Mull work” on my list for ages, along with hundreds of other places!  I’m pleased with this one – Reflections of the evening sun over the Sound of Mull with views to Ben More.

It’s actually the view from the Oban to Barra ferry, a fabulous journey in itself.

We’ve now made a lovely collection of wall art, gifts, homeware, stationary and jewellery featuring this image which you can browse here.

New Scottish Landscape Jewellery

New work – Storm over the Isle of Skye

I finished this work of rain clouds over the Isle of Skye yesterday and as with all my new work I posted it on my Facebook page.  I love it but I was worried that it might be a a bit too bleak for some.  Well I shouldn’t have been worried as it turned out to be one of my most liked and commented posts to date.  Seems there are lots of fans of a broody Scottish sky out there besides me.  This is now available on the website as several sizes of standard and Giclee panoramic prints and I’ve also made a square cropped mini-print version to fit those ubiquitous ikea frames.

New Ceramic Tile Art and Complete Mug and Coaster Collection.

We have finally uploaded our entire  mug and coaster collection and our lovely new ceramic tiles, which sold so well at our Christmas events, have made an appearance as a print purchase option. Happy shopping!

We still have a bit of work to do and in the coming weeks we’ll be adding placemats and small 4″ gift boxed tiles…..watch this space.

New work. The Black & Red Cuillin, Isle of Skye

I can’t get enough of the view over to Skye from my favorite beach, Sand, on the Applecross peninsula.

Rod and I went to Applecross for our honeymoon and spent hours sitting on this beach watching the light change over the mountains of Skye.

From this vantage point the most prominent mountain is the pointy Glamaig which is the furthest north of the Red Cuillins. To it’s right is the dramatic Black Cuillins.

This new work is called “The Red & Black Cuillin” available as prints, ceramic tiles, mugs, coasters and cards.

The Bealach Na Ba, Applecross – New work

“The Bealach Na Ba, Applecross” March 2016

I’ve been meaning to do this one for years partly because this road is such a spectacular drive with incredible views across to Skye from the top of the pass, and partly because when you reach the end you find yourself in the wonderful Applecross with it’s friendly campsite, one of the  best pubs in Scotland, the Applecross Inn and (in my opinion) Scotland’s most beautiful beach.   This is of course, the famous Bealach Na Ba which means “Pass of the Cattle” in Gaelic.  The pass is an old drovers road which rises steeply to 2053ft through the mountains of the Applecross peninsula to Applecross village.  Until the 1970’s this was the only road in to Applecross and is often impassable in winter.  Now you can drive around the coast past Torridon if the road is closed (or if you are nervous driver).  If you visit don’t forget to stop at The Coalshed, near the Applecross Inn, a little art and crafts Gallery which stocks all of my Applecross work.