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Sanna Beach, an Ardnamurchan painting of the lovely horizons of the west

Whether or not you travel out west to make an Ardnamurchan painting of you own, or just for the ambience of this westerly peninsula, you’ll enjoy the journey (especially if some else is doing the driving!) I sometimes think that Ardnamurchan, that peninsula in the magical West Highlands, might as…

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Sandend Paintings – a hidden gem by the Moray Firth

Sandend, Aberdeenshire Sandend paintings are all about roofscapes, reflections and wild seas in this half-hidden corner of the Moray Firth. Tucked below short steep slopes and the well-farmed fields, Sandend is a former fishing community with a long history. (The local folk pronounced it ‘san-eyn‘ and maybe they still do.)…

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Moray Firth paintings – cliffs, coves and the bluest of pure blues

Moray Firth paintings usually reflect the unspoilt blue that dominates the seascapes hereabouts. Besides, thanks to the over-promotion of Highland initiatives like ‘North Coast 500’, the peerless Moray Firth coastline isn’t over-run, with the ‘average tourist’ preferring the wet desert of the far north and west. (OK, I exaggerate, but…

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