Happy New Year from Shetland

2018 has started off quickly for me, with the first exhibition up!

I have space in Islesburgh Community Centre in Lerwick, Shetland for the month of January. This is a great space a the entrance of the busy building. January is the month the fire festivals start, with many visitors staying in the Islesburgh hostel next door, so may enjoy looking at my colourful artwork too.  I have added some viking boats to my artwork especially. My main piece of new work on show is my Mousa Broch painting. I have built the broch with tiny stones collected from the beach near the broch, it is priced at £450 and measures 50 x 50 x 4.5 framed.

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About the Author:

My story of becoming an artist definitely begins with the garden.- Highlands. I designed and created a garden from the 1 acre waste ground surrounding our house, which is on a challenging steep slope, with fantastic views. I started the same way as I would any piece of artwork and looked at the size, shapes and textures choosing certain colours of plant combinations to fit the layout. I had some previous experience growing and caring for plants, so knew which conditions suited which plant type.