In my series of floral British landscapes, showing the changing colours through the seasons, here is the latest offering from Scotland.
The beautiful heather is a strong symbol of Scotland, and is well suited to the rugged and wild hills. In late summer and early Autumn, the hills become alive with vibrant purple and lilac colour. If you are visiting Scotland during this time, this is a sight that you definitely do not want to miss!
My husband is Scottish and has been away for almost 25 years now for work. When he saw this painting, his first words were. 'this feels like home'. For a man of very few words, this clearly showed the deeply ingrained affection and imagery that the purple glens and hills evoke in the Scottish hearts.
If you are longing for the Scottish highlands, this is the perfect artwork for your home or to give as a present. It is A5 size appx and will fit any standard off the shelf 6 x 9 inches frames.
Done in an abstract impressionistic style, and loose brush strokes with plenty of texture and energy, this artwork has been created in Winsor and Newton Acrylic paints on heavyweight Bockingford acid-free paper as a mono print. I have used iridescent lilac paint to highlight the glow of heather on a beautiful scottish evening. There is a sparkle on this which is not possible to view on screen!
I will sign date and title it on the back, and will send it wrapped in a acid-free tissue paper, with a backing mounboard in a bubble wrap envelope to deliver it safely and securely.
Thank you for visiting, and please do not hesitate to message me if you have any questions.
Acrylic Paints, Acid-free Heavyweight paper, Brush, Imagination, Inspiration