Bororaidh Hiort

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Acrylic

h: 65 w: 85 d: 3 (cms).

St Kilda has inspired many of my paintings,since visiting in 2014. Having a family link to the Island informs my interest in this Archipelago, which draws people from all over the world.

In this work I was depicting the sheer scale of the cliffs.

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Losgaintir

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Acrylic

h: 60 w: 80 d: 4 (cms).

Losgaintir/ Luskentyre, Harris depicting depth and expanse of this wonderful place.

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Feannagan, Lazybeds

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Indian Ink

h: 60 w: 80 d: 2 (cms).

Abstraction based on the Lazybeds in Scarista. I am drawn to the patterns my ancestors have left on the land ..the so inaptly named Lazybeds.

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Feasgair

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Indian Ink and watercolour

h: 60 w: 80 d: 2 (cms).

Combined watercolour and Indian ink of the  loch Seaforth area. The contrast between the light and the dark land features in a lot of my work. I am drawn to depict that elusive changing light.

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CANACH 1

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Watercolour and ink

h: 48 w: 32 d: 1 (cms).

Bog Cottons have always featured in my botanical pieces depicting the Hebridean flowers.

i became fascinated by their free movement , each having a personality. I have painted them many times in various media, on a large scale. They have become a kind of symbol of my work .This is watercolour.

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SAOR

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Watercolour and Indian ink

h: 48 w: 32 d: 1 (cms).

Canach/ Bog  Cotton have featured in my botanical work . I became fascinated by their free and individual character and a few years ago began depicting them on a large scale in various mediums.The Gaelic word SAOR meaning  FREE sums up their character..

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