All ready for the start of the first craft fair at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness. Doors open at noon and you can shop until 8pm tonight.
I’m here on Saturday and Sunday too, open 10am to 5pm.
Delighted to be at Grantown East Highland Heritage and Cultural Centre yesterday for its grand opening.
This has been a major project for Karen Blessington and Dave Garman and it was great to see so many people turn out to see the fantastic results. Everyone loved the miniature railway – I did too.
I’m also pleased to have my products in the shop. They include some specially designed mugs featuring Highland Games athletes. You might also get the chance to sip some delicious coffee from them in the cafe, which is in two converted carriages. Everything looks brilliant and I wish them the best of luck with the venture.
I’m delighted to share these new tea sets. Just got them out of the kiln this evening in time for Jane to take along to the stall at the Eastgate Centre, Inverness, tomorrow. If you get a chance pop in and see her. They are stylish porcelain cups and saucers with a nice rustic finish and the capacity to hold a “good cuppa”.
The paintings are up, the sun is out and I’ve got ice lollies in the freezer for a lucky few visitors. Superfly is now open at Logie Steading.
I’m in the Long Room, which is beside the Farm and Garden Shop. It’s a great space to show paintings and I’m really excited to be here.
I’ve added two new pine prints to the collection – Broomhill and Old Spey Bridge.
Anyone who has travelled between Aviemore and Grantown will know the billowing steam and the sound of the whistle of the Strathspey Railway engine as it takes passengers to Broomhill, near Nethy Bridge. I think it’s fitting that a series of paintings that has been inspired by old railway posters should have a railway image among them.
And the second is a bit closer to home – the Old Spey Bridge, a place full of childhood memories and loved by so many locals.
You can buy the two new prints – and the rest of the range at my online shop.
Or if you like to buy your pictures with a slice of cake, pop along to the 1896 Gallery & Coffee Shop in Boat of Garten where they are now on sale.
Newly added to my online shop – paintings from the series inspired by vintage railway posters. Now it’s easy to have a look at the work and buy online (with free shipping!).
Working on getting other galleries sorted, including some fishy pictures.
Delighted to relaunch my online shop with loads of new products.
Chunky mugs with illustrations of Highland wildlife and pine prints of beautiful landmarks in the Cairngorms National Park – they’re all here to buy. And to tempt you even further – free postage and packing!
Stock is limited so order today to ensure delivery in time for Christmas.