Artwork description:

The dramatic hills of the mountains of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye in a panoramic wall art full of the rustic colours of Autumn.

Lightpools on the Quiraing was made as a long exposure on a windy day on the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye. The Quiraing is a dramatic cliff at the top end of the island, it has a Jurassic history. The fabulous fall colours are lit up in pools of vivid green and orange as the light shoots from behind dark clouds.

Image size 72 x 24 inches plus a 2 inches border for a total size of 76 x 28 inches.

It comes signed, numbered and titled at the bottom. I use wonderful Canson Watercolour Fine Art 300gsm paper which has the most fabulous texture and holds colour for a lifetime. Canson have been making paper for over 450 years and their paper was used by Picasso, Ingres, Miro and Warhol to name but a few. I use state-of-the-art non-fade Epson Ultrachrome K3 with Vivid Magenta inks. The paper and ink combination has been shown to be fade resistant for over 100 years making this a beautiful heirloom.

I love printing these gorgeous prints and I can adjust the size if you need to fit a specific space. Just get in touch. This is also available on canvas on request. Please get in touch for a chat about your project.

Materials used:

Exquisite Fine Art Canvas and Non Fade Inks

Tags:
#landscape #colorful #colourful #mountains #brown #mountain #scotland #photography #scottish #horizontal #panorama #panoramic #rustic #photograph #isle of skye 
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Lightpools on the Quiraing, Isle of Skye (2023)
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by Lynne Douglas

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  • Photograph on Canvas
  • From a limited edition of 15
  • Size: 193.04 x 71.12 x 0.25cm (unframed) / 182.88 x 60.96cm (actual image size)
  • Signed and numbered on the front
  • Style: Photorealistic
  • Subject: Landscapes, sea and sky
  • Hurry only 1 left in stock
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The dramatic hills of the mountains of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye in a panoramic wall art full of the rustic colours of Autumn.

Lightpools on the Quiraing was made as a long exposure on a windy day on the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye. The Quiraing is a dramatic cliff at the top end of the island, it has a Jurassic history. The fabulous fall colours are lit up in pools of vivid green and orange as the light shoots from behind dark clouds.

Image size 72 x 24 inches plus a 2 inches border for a total size of 76 x 28 inches.

It comes signed, numbered and titled at the bottom. I use wonderful Canson Watercolour Fine Art 300gsm paper which has the most fabulous texture and holds colour for a lifetime. Canson have been making paper for over 450 years and their paper was used by Picasso, Ingres, Miro and Warhol to name but a few. I use state-of-the-art non-fade Epson Ultrachrome K3 with Vivid Magenta inks. The paper and ink combination has been shown to be fade resistant for over 100 years making this a beautiful heirloom.

I love printing these gorgeous prints and I can adjust the size if you need to fit a specific space. Just get in touch. This is also available on canvas on request. Please get in touch for a chat about your project.

Materials used:

Exquisite Fine Art Canvas and Non Fade Inks

Tags:
#landscape #colorful #colourful #mountains #brown #mountain #scotland #photography #scottish #horizontal #panorama #panoramic #rustic #photograph #isle of skye 
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I specialise in extra large abstracts, abstract seascapes and impressionist landscape photography. My bestseller works are my abstract seascapes from the Isle of Skye and the Isle of Harris where... Read more

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