Wee Wildlife Gallery
The Wee Wildlife Gallery exists to provide opportunities for artists based in Scotland who specialise in depicting our wildlife and landscape in a variety of media. The gallery is small, but we currently have more than fifty works of art on display by the following artists.
October - March: Open on request tel 01847 894875
April - September: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11.00 - 13.15 plus on request tel 01847 894875
Ewa uses a variety of media including oils, watercolour, pastel,and acrylics. Ewa’s work is dominated by the Caithness landscape and atmosphere. The paintings on display show the unique colours and qualities of our landscape.
Grace has had a lifelong interest in the natural world and all of its inhabitants. She created the animals that are on display using crank clay. This group of animals were made from the same lump of clay and on the same day.
Wood engraving is a relief print medium, developed by Thomas Bewick in the 18th century for illustrating books. The landscape and wildlife of the rural highlands and islands are the inspiration for Kathleen’s work. Her prints are very intricate, reflecting her empathy and knowledge the natural environment.
Kitty has spent thirty years dedicated to printmaking- mainly aquatint etching. Kitty’s work shows elements of the Caithness environment using an original approach to printmaking such as the use etching, linocuts, and mixed media.
Louise enjoys the process of creating prints using different methods especially monoprint, where part of the fun is not knowing what the end result will be until the last minute. Her printmaking techniques include drypoint engraving, collagraph and monoprint. Louise also creates work using relief printing methods such as linocut. She lives and works in Sutherland.