I mostly paint landscapes, in watercolour and oil, but also enjoy doing animals and portraits in pastel and acrylic, and flowers and botanical subjects in watercolour.
If you would like to know more about Allison's work you can contact her at [email protected]
I’ve lived in the Highlands now for 35 years and felt very at home from the word go. I love the changing weather and the wildness you can easily find in this part of the world.
Colour is the driving force for me in art and living here in Lochaber provides lots of exciting opportunities for me to play with colour and light, in a range of media.
I especially enjoy the serendipity of batik.
Gay uses acrylics to raise a smile with her much loved figures or to create haunting collage landscapes , paintings and cards
Siobhan paints in oils and specialises in local scenes
Helen paints mostly landscapes, often on a large scale, inspired by our fabulous surroundings
The subject of my early paintings, were the industrial scenes I passed on my way to work near Manchester. It was the sharp contrast of yellow cut timber, or a green tarpaulin, on grimy wagons that caught my eye.
I am completely self taught and all my paintings are in acrylic. My main inspiration is the Scottish landscape and most of my paintings are of Skye and the West coast of Scotland.
My name is jessica and I am an artist specialising in contemporary portraits of animals especially associated with Scotland.
Lisa paints in acrylic and watercolour showing her love of the Highlands of Scotland in her often bold
Beautiful work by Kathleen in watercolour, acrylics and pencil
Art Lochaber 2020 Virtual Exhibition
If you would like to purchase any of the work in the exhibition please email Lisa at [email protected]
Primarily a painter of people, Alistair has an eclectic approach, finding inspiration in the people and landscapes of the West Coast of Scotland, which provide the source material for his social-historical, religious and literary subjects.
I have my studio in Banavie, in Scotland, looking across to the slopes of Ben Nevis. Married to a wildlife biologist, I have lived in the area for 17 years. Largely self-taught, I have been painting for many years, although have only relatively recently started to exhibit more widely.