Well, this has been such an enjoyable project – mostly the daily discipline of painting, and the feedback that follows, thank you!
Also it’s been enjoyable for the chance to explore subjects I care about – landscape, ecology, social justice, history and the arts. The Isle of Eigg has been a perfect focus for that – a wonderful example of a way of living that’s collaborative, innovative, cultural and above all respectful of our planet.
I’ll be continuing the Eigg project and exhibiting new works as part of two shows this summer:
WEST. The West Coast and Beyond at Gallery Ten (Sat 21st June Private View. Show ends 26th July )
Map/address on this link – Gallery Ten
Rose Strang; Eigg Island Solo Exhibition, Whitespace Gallery (Friday 18th July Private View. Show ends Thursday 23rd July)
Map/Address on this link Whitespace (Whitespace is at 25 Howe Street, Edinburgh from April to August 2014)
It’s been wonderful getting to know new people through the 50 Paintings Blog, many thanks for following it.
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Sincere thanks to readers, also the following Eigg people, buyers and social media sharers. It’s much appreciated!
Lucy Conway – Eigg Box
Maggie Fyffe – Eigg Island Heritage Trust
Camille Dressler – Eigg Island History
Norah Barnes and Bob Wallace – Eigg Island Eco Centre
Trevor Leat – Artist
And many thanks to buyers, I hope you enjoy the paintings! –
Ian Nimmo Smith
You can view the entire series on this link – Paintings 2014
Around 20 paintings are still available at £45 each, or if you buy two – £80. If you’re interested in any of these, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I wish you all a lovely summer!