I am now offering prints at buy one get one half price with the cheaper one at half price.
I have ap to 30 % off a number of paintings and 10 % of the price of all prints at the Caisteal Gallery space at the Big Shed. The two landscapes Sunset over Lismore and Castle Stalker sunset are reduced to £600 and £450 respectively.
Many others are too with lowest priced painting at £50.
Prints start at £10.
I am here for a month so 28 of my of my paintings are with me on display.
I also have over 100 prints for sale priced from £12 to £60. Please command visit entrance is Free and tea coffee and biscuits always available. Tombreck is on Kenmore to Killin road the A27.
This is an oil on canvas work based on photos taken from Gannavan sands in October 2018 by myself.
So a price has to be set before Saturday opening day.
I am thinking £1000 it’s what my outlays are and the work is good.
Anyone giving me a good offer on opening day I will be willing to listen to.
I have had several approaches about this and am happy to consider anyone’s idea.
the last 2 put to me were very do able and am just waiting on the people firming up the ideas and sending me the photos.
So pricing for this is custom and based on research size of painting and hence time involved. I can do a finished canvas for you to find a framer. Or I can price for the complete creation from idea to finished framed painting.
The choice is yours.
Get in touch by leaving a message here with your email address and I will reply.
This is an interesting piece.
It came about in autumn 2014 when we took the Oban ferry ‘Lord of the Isles’ to Colonsay. I had just put my yacht ashore (for what was her last season with me although I did n’t know it then). time was spent walking sitting in the sun and taking photos.
This painting is based on one photo. however when I did the painting in early 2015 I had gone into one of those phases and states of life no one wants to visit. Art became my therapy for 2 years……..enough said.
So I produced my surreal brief phase.
I would price this modestly as its a change of direction some what and brief. It is £260 plus postage and packing of £9.95
Scalasaig Oil Painting
The first is a work from Kyle of Lochalsh Station. It is a class 37 in Scotrail blue livery of the 1980s. In my opinion Scotland’s best period for rail travel
This is for sale at a an online price of £350 plus post and secure packing of £9.95
Class 37 from Kyle
This is iconic as Class 37 were removed from the Highland line. These 37 s are soon to be removed from Cumbrian Coast railway. Sadly they have not run in Scotland for some time,