The paintings below are available for purchase unless marked as sold.
High quality archival giclee prints using pigment inks can be supplied of any of my paintings, including those sold, as I retain the copyrights unless negotiated by the buyer. Prices on request, printed on demand so please allow 10 – 21 days UK delivery. High resolution pictures can be forwarded on request before a purchase. My most recent work may not be on this page yet.
Poppies, Skylark and a Comma at Kingsbarns, 61 x 61cm, oil on canvas
Peacock on May Blossom, 61 x 61cm, oil on canvas
Corncrake on Oronsay, 46 x 56cm, oil on canvas
See the Sea Through the Trees, Cambo Woodland Walk, 120 x 100cm, oil on canvas. Part of my Cambo Gardens Residency Project
Into the Spring Sun, one of the first oil paintings from my time as Artist in Residence at Cambo, Kingsbarns, oil on canvas 61 x 51cm, Part of my Cambo Gardens Residency Project
The first oil painting from my Cambo residency. I observed the spring arriving in the walled garden. 61 x 51cm oil on canvas SOLD, Part of my Cambo Gardens Residency Project
Dundee Tay Bridge Shadow oil on panel 30 x 30cm £75
Under the Tay Bridge, oil on panel 30 x 30cm £75
Tay Bridge through the Trees, oil on panel, SOLD
Glossy Ibis in Donana, Andalucia, 61 x 61cm, oil on canvas
This scene is based on the view I saw from El Rocio, in Andalucia, Southern Spain. Flamingos, storks and little stints wading in the low level waters of springtime. Oil on box canvas 61 x 61cm.
Gorse by Cambo Sands. A bumble bee’s paradise in early spring. 40 x 40cm oil on canvas
Bass Rock Rooftop View, 40 x 40cm, oil on canvas
Redshank Running Red Legs, 70 x 50cm, oil and mixed media. Shadows and reflections on the wet sand. SOLD
Castle Walk View with Fulmars, 92 x 61cm oil on canvas, unframed. The view down to the harbour in Crail on a winter’s day.
Gannet Colony, 92 x 61cm, oil and mixed media. Based on observing birds on Bass Rock at the start of the nesting season. Small pieces of rope were being used for nest building.
Curlew Take Off, 50 x 70cm, oil on canvas. Using a slowed down film of a curlew, I noticed the bird bobbing down before springing up.
Bridge at Sligachan with Black Cuillins, Skye, 40 x 60cm SOLD
Waiting for the Haar to Lift, puffins from the colony on the Isle of May, which I visited twice this year from a nearby harbour. Oil on canvas, 61 x 92cm unframed
The Isle of May hovers over the coastline of the East Neuk. This view is the one that you get when you leave Crail on a sunny day and look south. The swallows swoop over the golden barley endlessly in summer. 61 x 91cm SOLD
Puffins on Isle of May Cliff, 59 x 84cm, oil and mixed media on canvas, unframed
Puffin Perched, as seen on the Isle of May, oil on canvas 30 x 40cm
Crail Harbour Blue, reflections on a calm sunny day, 50 x 50cm oil on panel, unframed
Anstruther Harbour Afternoon, 50 x 50cm oil on board now SOLD.
St Monan Montage, layers of harbourside buildings and boats, 50 x 50cm oil on panel, unframed
Cellardyke Sunset, oil and mixed media, 41 x 41cm SOLD
Crail Church and War Memorial, 20 x 20cm
Charm of Goldfinches, 40 x 40cm oil on canvas, black frame
Golden Plovers in Winter, as observed on Tiree this spring, oil and gold leaf on canvas 61 x 91cm, SOLD
She walks in Fields of Gold, oil and mixed media on canvas, 61cm x 43cm SOLD
Whitethroat, as seen singing from a spring bush beside the beach at Kingsbarns, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm
Waiting for Spring, oil on canvas, 60 x 41cm SOLD
Barnacle Geese on Tiree, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm
Brent Geese near Lindisfarne, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm SOLD
Rooftops and Bass Rock, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm The view from my kitchen window, SOLD
Tip of Skye from Calmac Ferry, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm
Crail Harbour Waves, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm the view from Castle Walk, SOLD
Gannets Canoodling, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm, from observations of Bass Rock SOLD
North Uist with the Tide Out, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, SOLD
Crail Harbour Wall, oil on canvas 30 x 30cm
Bass Rock over the Firth of Forth, oil on canvas, 30cm x 30cm
‘African Trees’ on the East Neuk of Fife, 20 x 20cm.SOLD
Gott Bay, Tiree, oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm
North Uist Bright Light, oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm
Tiree Terns, oil on canvas. Terns are a common sight around the coast of the Hebridean Isle of Tiree. They dive bomb you if you accidentally stray too close. SOLD
Flamingo Party, Caribbean flamingos. 91 x 61cm
Orkney Scapa Flow Sunset with Ship, oil on canvas, 20 x 20cm SOLD
Orkney Sunsets, 20 x 20cm, SOLD
Pigeon Pair in Cherry Blossom, 51 x 76cm
Crail Harbour – Early Evening, oil on canvas, 51 x 61cm SOLD
Crail Harbour 1, oil and mixed media, 41x 41cm. This is the first of possibly many Crail harbour paintings due to the seemingly endless variations of light and colour of the area. 40 x 40cm SOLD
Gannets above Bass Rock, oil on canvas, 61 x 91cm SOLD
Whoopers on Flooded Land, oil on canvas, 56 x 46cm
Towards Kilrenny Kirk. 20 x 20cm, oil on canvas. based on a sunset observed over a field of winter wheat, on the East 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
Five whooper swans seen on a small lochan near Boat of Garten last winter. 43cm x 43cm oil on canvas, framed in white wood tray frame. SOLD
A Pair of Whoopers, oil on canvas, 31cm x 41cm
Young Lapwing, 20cm x 20cm oil on canvas. This youngster was strutting about confidently
Heather Glen near Geal Charn 46cm x 56cm, SOLD
Please get in touch if you would like to purchase any of the unsold original pictures displayed or to purchase an archival quality giclee print of any sold or unsold image. Please note, the prices displayed are for the original framed picture unless otherwise stated, and do not include the cost of postage and packing. All paintings are sold without copyright, which is retained so I can sell giclee prints. These start at £30 plus p&p for a small unframed reproduction. Some paintings will be in my home gallery – open by appointment, and during Open Studio days if you are interested to view a painting – and a few may be on display elsewhere from time to time, so it is best to get in touch before arranging a visit.