Chris spent his early years in Africa and on returning to Aberdeen attended Robert Gordon’s School. On leaving school Chris spent two years at Aberdeen College of Commerce studying graphic design. He then went to Grays School of Art and studied sculpture and fine art for four years. He has worked as a professional artist since 1983.
Chris is a keen fisherman and outdoor sportsman and brings this passion to his art. He specialises in the area of field sports and game fishing – in particular salmon fishing. His very impressive attention to detail, factual representation and fine workmanship is based on his keen personal interest in all of that which he paints. His paintings capture a fleeting moment in nature, the stag on the hill, the salmon in the pool, the bird on the wing and all of the landscape or environment done to the same exacting standard.
He sells his work extensively through gallery exhibitions as well as individual commissions. He has an impressive list of patrons including multi-corporate businesses and British peerage. His work can often be seen gracing the covers of well known sporting magazines.
Chris Sharp Limited Edition Art Prints
We stock a range of art prints from Chris. They are available in a selection of sizes with prices starting at £95.00.
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Based in Glasgow, Scott has been a professional artist since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 2000 and part time lecturer in art and design since 2003. Recent success has brought Scott to exhibit internationally in Minneapolis, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Chicago and New York. In 2014 he won the Arnold Clark Award at the PAI.
Applecross Path by Scott Naismith
He has over 15,000 subscribers and over 1.8 million YouTube viewers in 140 different countries. Many of his videos discuss his alternative colour theory he calls ‘The Truth About The Colour Wheel’. His 128 page book ‘Scottish Skies’ published by Jeremy Mills Publishing was released in November 2015.
A Different Persprctive by Scott Naismith
Scott’s ethereal depictions of the Scottish Landscape are built on themes of optimism and hope. He refers to his paintings as ‘atmospheric abstractions’ which are influenced by particle physics. They question the very construction and binding particles, blurring the lines between solid, liquid and gas.
Luskentyre, Harris by Scott Naismith
Colours of Arisaig by Scott Naismith
Scott Naismith Giclees | Deckled Edge Giclees | bayattic.com
Looking toward Greenock
Yesterday was a truly lovely day, so much so that as the working day finished and twilight beckoned, I decided to enjoy the remains of the day with a delightful coastal walk.
It may seem strange that working near the seashore you take your window vista with a pinch of salt (yep-it’s there every morning I wake too), but I was astounded by the beauty of the day.
Perhaps, as there wasn’t snow, wind or rain (no jacket required), it was milder than it has been in weeks, meant I didn’t want to miss out enjoying the day so, off I went with a spring in my step and Spring in the air!
As you can see, my route took me from sunshine to twilight, just look at the remarkable shades of colour and light.
Twilight Gourock and views across the River Clyde
From bright blues, to haze, oranges, gold’s to yellow and dusk – many of the colours our artists have included in these Spring inspired art and gifts.
Spring is here – beautiful art from Georgina McMaster, Colin Robertson, Judith I. Bridgland, Kate Philp, Jolomo and Ingrid Nilsson.
Spring Montage by Kate Philp
Spring Leaves, Glen Lochy by Judith I. Bridgland
Spring Haze by Colin Robertson
Spring Blossom, Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh by Jolomo
Spring Snow by Ingrid Nilsson
Highland Spring by Georgina McMaster
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If you’re a fan of Sir Walter Scott novels or an Arbroath Smokie, then this art print – Auchmithies Last Stand by Douglas Roulston is right up your street! The cliff-top, former fishing village is on the East coast of Scotland, about three miles north east of Arbroath. The derelict harbour in this scene, was once home to many fishing boats in the 1800’s.
Auchmithie became famous for the origin of the Smokie – a gutterd Haddock sold in pairs and smoked in pits buried in the ground – the term is now protected by EU Law to say that if the Smokie is made out-with 8km of the Arbroath Town House, then it isn’t an Arbroath Smokie!
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