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'Path to Clachnaben'



Special edition illustration, printed exclusively for Glen Dye Cabins and Cottages.

Clachnaben (Scottish Gaelic: "Clach na Beinne") is one of the best known of Aberdeenshire's lower hills.  Sitting at 589-metres high, overlooking Glen Dye, the prominent tooth-like granite rock that proudly graces the summit, makes this hill an instantly recognisable feature of lower Deeside.  Shop here

'The Road Home' Cairn O' Mount Illustration 


This infamous road is a high mountain pass running from Fettercairn to Banchory with stunning 360 degree views over the Grampian Mountain range to the sea.  Driving over the summit and seeing this view of Clachnaben, I always know I am nearly home.   Shop here

'The Wild Flowers of Dunnotter'


Perched on a gigantic rocky outcrop overlooking the North Sea, Dunnottar Castle is a dramatic and evocative ruined cliff top fortress once the home of the Earls Marischal, once one of the most powerful families in Scotland. 
Steeped in history, this romantic and haunting ruin, located just outside Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire, is an artist dream.  
In my illustration I wanted to emphasise the beautiful wild Scottish flowers that frame this amazing, much loved view of the castle.  Shop here

'Harvest Time at Bennachie'

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On the eastern edge of the Grampian mountain range, Bennachie is one of North-east Scotland’s most recognisable landmarks. This distinctive hill with several tops can be seen from miles around. An icon of Aberdeenshire, it is much-loved by local people and imbued with folklore.  Shop here

'Golden Hour at Loch Muick'


Nestled at the foot of Lochnagar, Loch Muick [Mick] is a beautiful freshwater loch on the Balmoral Estate roughly 8km south of Braemar. Herds of red deer are a common sight. Shop here.

Scolty Hill - Vector Landscape


Overlooking my home town of Banchory is Scolty Hill. Flanked with quiet woodlands, there are numerous trails that wander through tall larch and pine trees forests. You might spot a red squirrel or even a pine martin if you are really lucky. 
The hill, topped by the distinctive Scolty Tower, affords panoramic views over Royal Deeside and the Grampian mountains.  

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Abstract Banchory Map


Arthurs Seat, Edinburgh


If you have every visited Edinburgh you will be familiar with Arthurs seat as it is Edinburgh’s highest hill, visible for miles around. The rocky slopes and cliffs of Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags are part of Holyrood Park and provide a spectacular natural backdrop to the city. 
Although the origin of the name is uncertain, some claim that there is a connection between Edinburgh and King Arthur. Arthur’s Seat may have been the location of legendary Camelot.

Loch Morlich, Cairngorms, Scotland 


Loch Morlich is a freshwater loch with a beautiful sandy beach (Famous for being the highest beach in Britain!) in Scotland near Aviemore. It is surrounded by the Glenmore forests with the stunning backdrop of the often snow-clad peaks of the northern Cairngorms.  I have hand drawn this vector illustration using a graphics tablet and water colour effect brushes to add texture.

Coldingham Bay, Scottish Borders


This Abstract Landscape print has been drawn as part of an art commission for the beautiful

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