The recent weather inspired these two small oil paintings - and they are now available as prints - 10" x 8", mounted, £25 each.
Why not send a grey, wet and miserable Orkney print as a gift this year? Share the love!
Having to make space on the gallery walls for new work, so in a fit of madness we have reduced the prices of many original paintings.
The new prices are the unframed price - please note postage and packing is at cost, or FREE for orders over £450.
Many thanks or looking!
1: arctic terns (50cm x 35cm, watercolour, was £575, no
2: black headed gulls (80cm x 50cm, watercolour, was £750,
now £450 - unframed)
3: female red-backed shrike (40cm x 30cm) was £525, now £SOLD)
4: hares and snipes (conte & watercolour, 90cm x 50cm,
was £835 now £SOLD)
5: lapwing (watercolour, 80cm x 50cm, was £735 now £375 -
6: liquid black - shags and eiders (charcoal, 70cm x 50cm,
was £785 now £SOLD)
7: long-tailed ducks (charcoal, 90cm x 50cm, was £775 now
8: manx shearwaters (charcoal, 90cm x 50cm, was £825 now
9: Roller (70cm x 50cm, watercolour, was £785 now £390
10: Should I stay or should I go - shags (charcoal, 75cm x
50cm, was £695 now £SOLD)
11: trout (charcoal, 80cm x 50cm, was £395 now £200
12: willow warbler (watercolour, 50cm x 35cm, was £445 now
13: woodchat shrike (watercolour, 70cm x 50cm, was £1250 now
14: wrens in butterbur (conte & watercolour, 80cm x
50cm, was £775 now £SOLD)
15: yellow-browed warblers (conte & watercolour, 80cm x
50cm, was £855 now £SOLD unframed)
It seems an age since I updated my blog . . . that’s because
it has been! Almost all of this year has
been spent trying to get the cottage into some semblance of shape before our
Building Warrant expires and making dozens of paintings for my new show at The
Loft Gallery on South Ronaldsay.
The show is titled ‘Near & Far’ – referring to the
eternal dichotomy of representing those things dear to me on these islands; the
close-up wonderment of the special species living here and the momentous land-and-sea-scapes
containing them. Most of the works are
small-ish oils on board – a technique I am becoming more drawn to recently.
The show opened a couple of weeks ago and runs until
September the 5th – please try and pop along if you’re in the area. Here are a few images from the exhibition:
Fabulous, beautifully illustrated full-colour hardback publication featuring work by some of the World's foremost nature artists. Signed by Tim Wootton. £45 (+Post and packing) - please email to order - firstname.lastname@example.org
Born and raised in a small rural village in South Yorkshire.
Graduated with a Ba(hons) in 1986.
Shortlisted for the Young European Bird Artist of the Year, 1991.
Winner of Wildscape Magazine's Wildlife Artist of the Year 2008 - editor's category.
Winner of World Birds category, BBC Wildlife Magazine Wildlife Artist of the Year, 2010.
Won the PJC award for Drawing at the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition, 2010.
Winner Birdwatch / Swarovski Artist of the Year, 2011.
Elected Associate Member Society of Wildlife Artists, 2011.
Writes and illustrates articles on birdwatching and general wildlife and country issues.
Author of Drawing & Painting Birds - The Crowood Press, 2010.
Lives in Orkney.