Oil Gallery

I hope you enjoy viewing my online oil painting gallery below. I use water mixable oils on canvas and board. All paintings are unvarnished and are unframed unless otherwise mentioned.

These paintings are available for purchase unless marked as sold. Please email me using the contacts page in the menu above if you would like to know more about my paintings. Signed giclee prints (archival quality print with certificate) may be available where paintings are shown as sold – please email for details.

Turquoise Cloud, of banded demoiselles, damselflies above a stream in Somerset. Oil on canvas 46 x 61cm, accepted into The Natural Eye, Society of Wildlife Artists open exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London, 14 – 24 October 2021
Fox in a Field, spotted this summer, oils on unbleached canvas, 36 x 46cm £325
Red Deer Fawn, observed this summer, oils on unbleached canvas 36 x 46cm £325
8 Mini paintings of the Scottish West Coast scenes as seen from a Calmac Ferry (Mull to Oban) oil on panel, 15 x 15cm £55 each
Crail Harbour Primary Boats, a winter scene when the boats are on the harbour side and repainted – this time in primary colours, oil on board, 50 x 50cm, £425
Pittenweem Harbour Reflections, another stormy sky that makes the buildings and reflections shine in contrast, oil on board, 50 x 50cm, £425
St Monans under Darkening Clouds, oil on board, 50 x 50cm, £425
Elie Sunset, oil on board, 50 x 50cm, £425
Greenland Whitefront Geese, in the winter afternoon sunlight, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, framed, £275
Barnies in the Field, barnacle geese seen on Oronsay, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, framed £275
Curlew Pair, a common sight still around the East Neuk, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm, framed £425
Sanderline Race, running along a wet beach at Balcomie, oil on canvas, including pearlised paint, 51 x 76cm, framed in a box canvas frame £455
Barnacle Geese on Oronsay, oil on box canvas, 61cm x 61cm, framed, £465. Barnies, my favourite goose, migrate from East Greenland and Iceland, wintering on the West Coast of Scotland and Ireland.
Sanderling Saunter, oil (including pearlised oil paint that gives a shine to the wet sand) on box canvas 61 x 61cm, £465
Heron. There is always one by the shore here in Crail, oil on box canvas, 61 x 51cm framed £425
Oystercatcher and Rock Pool, based on the rocks on Balcomie Beach at Fife Ness, oil on board, 53 x 61cm, in a white frame £425
Yellow Gorse and Yellowhammer, based on a Fife Coastal Path walk near Crail when the gorse was in full bloom last month. The Isle of May was hovering in the shimmer of the sea above. Oil on canvas, 50 x 70cm, £325
Poppies, Skylark and a Comma at Kingsbarns, 61 x 61cm oil on box canvas, £375.
Curlew Takeoff based on the observations of one bird, 50 x 70cm, £425
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 £365
Red Tulips under Fruit Trees at Cambo, 76 x 51cm, oil on canvas, framed £325

SOLD original paintings are shown below, and I hold some stock of giclee prints of these (see above)

See the Sea Through the Trees, Cambo Woodland Walk, 120 x 100cm, oil on box canvas SOLD
Balcomie Beach, oil on box canvas, 1m x 1m. This is the beach below the golf club near Fife Ness, Crail. It is on the Fife Coastal Path. At low tide the rocks are exposed giving the beach a unique feature. SOLD
Social Bubble, mixed collection of waders sharing a rock in the shallows at Balcomie Beach. oil on canvas, 51 x 61 cm SOLD
Sanderling Sands, oil on canvas, 40 x 40cm SOLD
Wigeon Pair on Water, regulars at Roome Bay, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, framed, SOLD
Ringed Plover and Rock Pool, based on Colonsay beach, oil on board, 53 x 61cm, in a white frame, SOLD
Redshank by Four Rocks on a Beach, based on Kingsbarns Beach/Cambo Sands, oil on board, 53 x 61cm, in a white frame  SOLD
Dunlin on Balcomie Beach, near Fife Ness, oil on board, 53 x 61cm, in a white frame, SOLD
Crail Harbour Sunshine and Shadows, oil on canvas, 101 x 77cm, SOLD
Crail Harbour Winter, oil on canvas, 77 x 51cm SOLD
Gannets Skimming the Waves, as observed at Fife Ness during lockdown. 50 x 70cm, SOLD
Gannet Flight over Sparkling Waves, oil on box canvas, 20 x 50cm, 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, SOLD
Whitethroat, as seen singing from a spring bush beside the beach at Kingsbarns, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm,  SOLD
September Garden, 92 x 61cm, oil on canvas, framed, SOLD
Pink Tulips and Bluebells under Fruit Trees at Cambo, 76 x 51cm, oil on canvas, SOLD
Swifts over the East Neuk, 100 x 30cm oil on canvas SOLD
The first oil painting from my Cambo residency. I observed the spring arriving in the walled garden. 61 x 51cm oil on canvas SOLD
Redshank Running Red Legs, 70 x 50cm, oil and mixed media. Shadows and reflections on the wet sand. SOLD
Bridge at Sligachan with Black Cuillins, Skye, 40 x 60cm SOLD
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
Crail Harbour Blue, reflections on a calm sunny day, 50 x 50cm oil on panel, SOLD.
Golden Plovers in Winter, as observed on Tiree this spring, oil and gold leaf on canvas 61 x 91cm, SOLD
Waiting for Spring, oil on canvas, 60 x 41cm SOLD
Barnacle Geese on Tiree, oil on canvas, 41 x 41cm SOLD
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 SOLD
Crail Harbour Waves, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm the view from Castle Walk, SOLD
North Uist with the Tide Out, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, SOLD
Gott Bay, Tiree, oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm SOLD
North Uist Bright Light, oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm SOLD
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
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
It's only a Mallard
“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. SOLD
Eiders in Pittenweem Harbour, oil on canvas, 30cm x 40cm SOLD
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