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Heather Davies

My paintings are semi-abstract with a suggestion of reality. Working primarily in the studio allows me more time to reflect and a free rein to experiment. In contrast my small spontaneous watercolours painted en-plein-air are usually more representational.

Images of Studio

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About My Practice

Nature and landscape have always been inspirational, particularly the Scottish coast and islands. I first visited Scotland when I was seven and it has left an indelible mark.
Initially painting en plein air, watercolour was the perfect medium to capture the fleeting light and beauty of this magical place.
Although my recent work is semi abstract, I am told it still retains a suggestion of reality. With colour and mark-making I strive to develop a language: one that I hope will convey my emotional response and excitement about the subject.

Tools & Materials

I work mainly in watercolour often drawing into the work with conte crayons or other materials. I like to experiment with other media such as acrylics or oil. However I usually return to watercolour as I love the freedom it gives me and translucency achievable with this medium.

Examples of work

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Spring Fling Activity

There will be a second Exhibition of my work in Greyfriars House, next to the main car park, opposite the Coop in the centre of Kirkcudbright. https://what3words.com/river.puncture.sandpaper

Studio

30

Address

Garden Cottage, 18A High Street, Kirkcudbright DG6 4JX

Facilities

Accessibility

Price Range

£3
– £5,000

Contact Info

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