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Just though you might like to see how Mini, the Mini Originals are from MOEP.

Caché dans le pâturage herbeux – Mini Original

Mini Scale

NEW! Canvas Art

Peter McDermott Art on Canvas – Wow! Can you tell I’m excited to share our new eye-catching choice of art ? Colourful, bold, iconic – canvas art printed on artist-grade cotton canvas – I love them, they look clean and modern and are an ideal lightweight alternative to framed art.

I say this, and it’s only my opinion because, I’ve recently had to deal with lath and plaster covered walls vs good old bricks and mortar. Trying to find a good patch of wall for my fixing says more about the age of the building than my DIY skills, but I shouldn’t grumble. Oh, and another reason I like the canvas art so much is that it’s ready to hang straight out of the box !

The canvas art is sealed with a UV-coating to protect and preserve the image while eliminating glare, and is available in two finishes.

  • Canvas Wrap
  • Canvas Float

The Canvas Wrap is basically as it sounds – the canvas is formed/wrapped around a real wood frame, and means you can see the image around the sides of the frame.

The Canvas Float is block mounted on board and framed in either a white or black frame to create the “float” effect.

Please Note:
Canvas Wrap and Canvas Float options are only available for Peter McDermott Art

Well-traveled Art

There has been a flurry of art out the Bay Attic doors lately, and I must admit I do find it quite exciting. Being a solely web-based company, it makes me realise how technology has made the word smaller. It’s fantastic to see our Scottish art going to the USA, Germany , France, and Australia. Lovely prints from Jolomo, Bridgland, and Philp to Central Scotland, and a Lochhead finding a new home across the river. Near or far, our artist work is appreciated on a global scale. I wonder how well-traveled our next piece of art will be ?

  Kate Philp | Jolomo | Peter McDermott | Matylda Konecka
Ken Lochhead | Judith I. Bridgland

Artist Spotlight Dronma

DronmaGlasgow born, Dronma studied at Laurel Bank and then Glasgow School of Art, where she graduated in 1969.

After studies at Jordanhill College of Education, and a period of teaching she became the Art Director of Glasgow Arts Centre.

Eventually she moved to rural Stirlingshire while she was bringing up her family.

Until April 2008 Dronma was a part time lecturer at Forth Valley College. She now devotes her time fully to her painting, And is a past president of Glasgow Society of Women Artists. Awarded Scottish Amicable Award 2007 125th Anniversary Exhibition.

Her paintings have gained her a fine reputation amongst discerning buyers of contemporary Scottish Art, as a “New Scottish Colourist”.

Her expressive landscapes may be wild and windswept, but they also gleam with an inner light.

Her work has been exhibited all over the United Kingdom, and are in private collections world-wide. In 2008 she took part in the Primavera Art Rotterdam, and also exhibited in Vienna. Dronma’s work is also in a private collection in Delhi.

Her unusual name is her Tibetan Buddhist name, since becoming a Tibetan Buddhist in 1976.

I love the changing moods of light, colour and atmosphere, and I am fascinated with the vibrancy of change, the point of “in-between” .

 

Sunfire Open Edition Giclee Art Print
by Dronma

Sunfire

Bay Attic | Dronma Art Prints | Kate Philp