These seagulls were posing for me on the waterfront in Fort William. Maybe they were hoping for some food, I don’t know. I remember only that they were very friendly to me. Thanks gulls for this! I was sitting on a bank and looking towards place named Corpach on the other side of the magnificent Loch Linnhe in my back was the town itself.
Fort William is Highland’s second largest city of around 10,000, and at the same time, it is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the gorgeous Scottish scenery, which my painting is not able to show by any means.
This is a miniature painting, and its actual size may be much smaller than this one you see on your screen. I've coated the sturdy Strathmore Bristol card with artist grade acrylic paint and finally I've varnished the item.
The painting is mounted and framed. The frame of the painting allows it to stand on its own or to be hanged on the wall; however, there isn't any need to add any hook to it, and there is no glass in front of the painting (no need for glass because the artwork is well varnished).
The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Bristol paper, artist grade acrylic paints, varnish, mount, frame