Please email me for prices of specific works and availability. Some paintings will be in my home gallery and some may be on display elsewhere. I have more new work that will be uploaded after Pittenweem Art Festival – watch this space…
Gannets above Bass Rock, oil on canvas, 61 x 91cm
Crail Harbour House Plein Air painting, oil on canvas, 30 x 42cm
Brent Geese near Lindisfarne, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm
Barnacle Geese on Tiree, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm
Gannets Canoodling, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm, from observations of Bass Rock
Crail Harbour Stone Steps, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm
Tip of Skye from Calmac Ferry, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm
Bass Rock over the Forth, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm
Crail Harbour Waves, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm the view from Castle Walk
North Uist with the Tide Out, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm
Rooftops and Bass Rock, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm The view from my kitchen window
Orkney Beach Plein Air Painting, oil on canvas with a bit of sand, 51 x 51cm
Orkney Scapa Flow Sunset with Ship, oil on canvas, 20 x 20cm
Orkney Scapa Flow Sunset with Oil Rig, oil on canvas, 20 x 20cm
North Uist Beach, oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm
North Uist Shorelines, oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm
East Neuk Grey Partridge, seen camouflaged in a stubble field near Boarhills, oil on canvas, 61 x 91cm
St Salvator’s University Chapel with Passionflowers (a symbol found in stained glass in st Andrews) and a red cloaked butterfly. 41 x 41cm oil on canvas.
St Andrews’ Harbour with Wild Boar, 41 x 41cm oil on canvas. This area of Scotland was once called ‘headland of the wild boar’
Butts Wynd, St Andrews, showing St Salvator’s University Chapel at night. 41 x 41cm oil on canvas with an underpainting of a dove.
Crail Harbour – Early Evening, oil on canvas, 51 x 61cm
Cellardyke Sunset, oil and mixed media, 41 x 41cm. My first harbour painting of The East Neuk of Fife.
Towards Kilrenny Kirk. 20 x 20cm, oil on canvas. based on a sunset observed over a field of winter wheat, on the Eastt Neuk coast.
“It’s only a Mallard”, oil on canvas, 30cm x 40cm, white wood tray frame. The often overlooked dowdy female, this one posted on Loch Morlich.
Eiders in Pittenweem Harbour, oil on canvas, 30cm x 40cm
Goldfinches, oil on canvas, 40 x 40cm. A favourite bird of mine. That lovely tinkling sound they make gives them away as the flit between the grasses looking for seeds.
She walks in Fields of Gold, oil and mixed media on canvas, 61cm x 43cm. The moor beyond Abernethy shines gold when the sun hits the dried up grasses and the heather turns a rich burgundy purple. The female pheasants blend in well.
Whoopers on Loch Insh, oil on canvas, 80cm x 30cm, white wood tray frame. Snow on the mountains but the Loch was unfrozen.
A Pair of Whoopers, oil on canvas, 31cm x 41cm.
Whoopers on Flooded Land, oil on canvas, 46cm x 56cm Bright sunshine made silhouettes of a pair of migrating swans from Iceland.
Young Lapwing, 20cm x 20cm oil on canvas. This youngster was strutting about confidently.