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Scott Naismith: Scottish Landscape by 

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  • Tough wire binding and hanger
  • Stunningly sharp digital printing
  • Start the year with the month of your choice
  • 200gsm satin art paper with a tougher cover

The Highlands and Islands of Scotland are depicted in Scott’s atmospheric and vibrant oils.
JAN: The Plane to Barra lands on the beach just beyond this croft.
FEB: This Sky study focuses on the effects of afterglow at sunset across the Western isles.
MAR: Crinan, Postcard picturesque harbour town located at the end of the Crinan Canal. My wife and I stayed at the Crinan Hotel owned by Scottish landscape artist Frances MacDonald.
APR: Looking West in the evening, cloud cover can become backlit and play tricks with perceived colour.
MAY: This place on the East coast of Barra allowed me a great opportunity to play with cool/warm colour contrasts and design-led mark making.
JUN: This loch (in the shape of the map of Scotland) I’ve painted many times. I pass it on trips to Skye and it looks different every time.
JUL: Sometimes what you want to say with colour can be restricted by reality for a representational painter… not here. This accurately depicts a recognisable landscape on Barra, while utilising many abstract elements.
AUG: When the horizon becomes unbroken all attention is focused on the forces of nature.
SEPT: The backlit effects of views out to sea from the West coast are in this case painted from memory.
OCT: Near the causeway from Barra (left) to Vatersay (right) this study captures a moment when the sun breaks out to strike the gulf stream waters which light up against the dark sky ahead.
NOV: Sometimes a literal depiction of a scene is the best way to highlight a postcard picturesque spot like this.
DEC: This describes the quality of evening light across the broken West Coast using contrasting translucent and opaque paint application.

Duncan of Jordanstone graduate in illustration and printmaking 2000.

After 10 years of painting the Scottish landscape, my recent work becomes more involved with cloudcover and its effect on light and colour through both its translucent and opaque properties. Clouds have the ability to refract and reflect, creating an ever changing perception of light which inspires my use of colour.

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  • Martin Williamson (©cobbybrook)
    Martin William...over 5 years ago

    Ours arrived today Scott and it is FABULOUS!!

  • Mariska
    Mariskaover 5 years ago

    Beautiful collection Scott ! Congrats for your Solo exhibition , fantastic DAY and SHOW!!!

  • rosalin
    rosalinover 4 years ago

    gorgeous collection !

  • PBWright
    PBWrightover 3 years ago

    Fabulous!! Love your technique!

  • MagsWilliamson
    MagsWilliamsonover 2 years ago

    Brilliant calendar – congratulations on the feature!

  • Ian David Soar
    Ian David Soarover 2 years ago

    Fantastic in every way !!!!

  • Krokokaro
    Krokokaroover 2 years ago

    Wow! I love it!

  • Ivana Pinaffo
    Ivana Pinaffoover 2 years ago


  • susan stone
    susan stoneover 2 years ago

    Wonderful calendar.

  • BPhotographer
    BPhotographerover 2 years ago

    Lovely collection!

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