A semi abstract impressionist view of Beinn a' B huird one of the mountains in the Scottish Cairngorms or more correctly the of Scotland, and is the 11th highest mountain in Great Britain.
I have painted this scenic view of the hills in an atmospheric style with bold and abstracted colours, using a unique textured technique. The distant hills are painted in cool bright blue tones with warmer and more textured heather and bracken covered moorland, in the foreground using warmer yellow and magenta tones.
This original art was inspired by many hillwalking and camping forays into the wild wilderness of the Cairngorm mountains or more correctly the Am Monadh Ruadh, a high plateau of hills rising to over 4000 ft in the central highlands of Scotland.
In this brightly coloured abstracted painting I have tried to portray the atmosphere, often damp and misty, where the mountains have a blue tinge to them contrasted against their lower heather and bracken covered lower slopes, as well grandeur and vast distances of remote wilderness with its dramatic scenery of rounded bulky mountains and ever changing weather and light.
An original acrylic art painting on 8" x 8" canvas in a white wood frame ready to hang.
Also available as professionally printed signed fine art giclee prints 12" x 12" or 20" x 20" on textured watercolor style paper.
Other custom sizes and surfaces are available to order.