'Bow Fiddle Rock', watercolour, 18.5 x 12 (47 x 30 cm) approx. £80.
Bow Fiddle Rock is located close to Portknockie on the Moray Firth. The rocks along this section of coast were formed as sandstone almost 700 million years ago and have been metamorphosed in the Caledonian Fold Belt which runs from Connemara in Ireland right up to Spitzbergen in Norway. The arch has been formed by water erosion and gives the rock the distinctive shape from which it gets its name. Both the sky and the water have real movement in this bright and striking work - I'm really pleased with it! This painting is available to purchase, mounted but unframed.
Professional quality watercolour on 100% cotton rag archival quality watercolour paper. Mounted with mountboard ready for framing.