On Tulloch Hill
This landscape oil painting started off as a study for a larger piece however has become a completed work of art in its own right. Annie used her own reference photograph taken September 2016 as her source of inspiration. 'Once at the top of Tulloch Hill there are wonderful views between Glen Prosen, and Glen Clova. This view is looking north where the Angus Glens edge themselves into the Cairngorm National Park. The Airlie Monument (a memorial tower to the 10th Earl of Airlie, who died fighting in the Boer War) is behind the camera.
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Sizes and Additional Information
Oil on Board - image size 25 cm x 20 cm
Framed with mount size - 33 cm x 38 cm x 2.5 cm
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Annie has developed an eclectic style that is not held back by constraints of singularity. Her approach to painting is quite philosophical. Annie will try to tease out the emotion of the moment by subtle positioning of the subject matter or adding something that will hopefully create a similar response in the viewer.
The art making process for Annie starts with the visual followed by thought then a quick sketch with notes. Sometimes a few photographs are taken as an aide memoir if the painting is to be completed in the studio. Often Annie will sketch or paint outdoors where she can feel and be part of the moment she is trying to capture.
Although Annie is primarily a multi-media landscape painter, she also likes to experiment with abstraction. In her abstract work Annie will often apply mathematical structures to inform the process and outcome. Annie is currently making plans for a new abstract project centred around language and communication.
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