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.
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.