Today I met up with Sam Collin (Marine Planning Officer for the Scottish Wildlife Trust) at the Freespace Gallery to chat about their Living Seas Project.
Sam suggested we meet in the gallery so he could see the Harbour paintings and he also wanted to say thanks for donating 10% of sales from the Harbour exhibition towards the Living Seas and Marine projects.
It’s really just a small donation so it was very nice of Sam to drop by and a pleasure to meet him, but I do plan to continue where possible to donate towards the Scotish Wildlife Trust and in general to work where I can to help support environmental projects.
The exhibition continues till the 30th June at Freespace Gallery (which is run by Kate and Terence, who’ve been a pleasure to work with). Also, many thanks again to folks who’ve bought paintings or prints, it’s good to know that sales of these contribute a little towards conservation of Scotland’s beautiful coast.
On that subject here are some photos of my trips around east coast harbours in the last few months. I love the textures of crails and ropes!..