The Highlands and Islands of Scotland and the reminiscent landscapes imagined in the worn paintwork of the abandoned boats and buildings found in these special places, inspire Alan’s semi-abstract landscapes. The idea behind the work is to create images strongly reminiscent and evocative of the landscape, rather than a literal depiction of it, and just as the process of weathering occurs over a period of time so the paintings require taking time to absorb what you see, as they are rarely intended to be immediately apparent. A self taught artist, Alan has for many years have been working in the WASPS studios in Selkirk.

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