Artist's description:

The River Ericht runs through the town of Blairgowrie and Rattray in Perthshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a short river flowing 10 miles from the confluence of the Rivers Ardle and Blackwater in Bridge of Cally down to its confluence with the River Isla near Coupar Angus. The Ericht is among anglers for its salmon although in recent years they have not been as plentiful. Through its 10 mile journey it descends approximately 70 metres from Highland landscape through the deepest gorge in Scotland at Craighall before widening and flowing through the rich agricultural landscape. The force of the Ericht played a pivotal role in the flax and jute mill industry during the industrial revolution. Visually it is beautiful in every season and in all weathers, there are red squirrels here, herons, otters, dippers, kingfishers, merganisers, deer and even beaver. This painting was started outside one of the mills while I was staring at the water and all the colours it contains and reflects.

Materials used:

watercolour and pencil

River Ericht Surface Reflection 2016 (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Aileen M Stackhouse from United Kingdom

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