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It’s a beautiful day for a wee sail “Doon the Watter”. P.S. Waverley will be sailing the River Clyde until 30th August and can be boarded not far from us at Custom House Quay, Greenock or further down the coast at Largs Pier.
She is a sight to behold, and passes our window often during her Summer on the Clyde. A few years ago, I took this video while on board of the engine room and her steam engine made by Rankin & Blackmore, Engineers, Eagle Foundry, in Greenock.
So, go for a sail. Enjoy a great day out with fantastic scenery in the company of this majestic Lady.
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What a beautiful, bright morning. Green and Blue for miles outside the window.
Have a good week ahead and enjoy this colourful print with your morning coffee and commute.
Sarah grew up in Galloway (South West Scotland) surrounded by peaceful woodland, rugged moorland and beautiful coastline. From an early age her Mother, an art teacher at the school, nurtured her interest in painting.
Anderson graduated from Edinburgh University with an M.A. (Hons) in Fine Art in 1999. A very successful degree show inspired her to commit to painting. Sarah primarily paints in a studio which she shares with other artists.
Sarah’s inspiration is derived from the magnificent Scottish landscape, particularly the west coast. The recurring themes in her work reflect the dramatic effects of weather on the mountains and shorelines.
The changing light and atmospheric effects have provided endless ideas and Sarah seeks to capture something of that. Her palette is strong coloured with a wide tonal range, principally in oils. The physical act of painting is important to her with paint surface a prominent element as she strives for simplicity of form and overall unity. The paintings Sarah has recently completed attempt to envelop the viewer in the prevailing atmosphere.
Summer Trees by Sarah Anderson – strong and bold :: Sarah Anderson Art :: Bay Attic.
Wayne Williams certainly has the Scottish weather sussed.
Creativeness on Portobello beach, Edinburgh. The work of photo-sculpture-artist Paul MacPhail.
See Scottish life – with a very different perspective. Paul’s images take you to futuristic landscapes, they make you look at the familiar from a different point of view, but most of all, his images captivate and draw you into the scene.