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.
Colours of Arisaig by Scott Naismith
Luskentyre, Harris by Scott Naismith
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Looking for positivity and bright colours today, and I found this beautiful print by Arie Vardi. Enjoy your Tuesday Everyone.
Working the Land – Signed Limited Edition Giclee Art Print by Arie Vardi
About the Artist
Arie was born in Chile in 1956.
After graduating in Graphic Design in Jerusalem he became a member of a Kibbutz on the edge of the Negev Desert where he began to experiment with jewellery.
His paintings are mainly landscapes, inspired by a deep connection with the Scottish countryside and in particular with Perthshire and the West Coast. He begins with sketches on the spot and reference photographs.
These are taken back to the studio with the aim to capture the mood and emotion felt when originally contemplating the scenery. This in turn creates a constant change in the work. The elemental form of the land, especially the connective points of the sea and shore or hill and sky, is of particular interest.
Colour and vibrancy are essential to the work and these in turn are inspired by Arie’s Mediterranean roots. Many of Arie’s fine works are in private and public collections.