Drawn in by blues
25.5x45.5cms 
collagraph & screenprint
£250
February 2020

I’ve just finished proofing this new print.  

At the beginning of December last year, on my way to Killin, Perthshire,  I stopped at a very flooded Callander where the river had burst its banks.  It was an incredibly bright December day and the blue from the sky and the still river looked so beautiful.  I hope to capture that light in this print! 


 




top: Rock-bound                          bottom: Dark skies
22x46cms                                     22x46cms
screenprint                                    screenprint
£220                                              £220
8th to 29th February 2020 
Currently exhibiting at Frames gallery in Perth with other members of Fife Dunfermline Print workshop.

Two screenprints inspired by a drawing trip to a Greek island.
I also have two other prints of Scottish landscape in the same exhibition.
 




Western tracks
21.5x55cms
collagraph & screenprint
£250 
December 2019 to January 2020
SSA/VAS exhibition at the RSA galleries, Edinburgh.

I like a bit of texture on a print surrounded by flat areas. I do this by making a collagraph plate, printing it through an etching press and then adding in screenprinted layers once it is dry.

This view is between Arisaig and Morar on the West coast of Scotland. One of my favourite places with outstanding views over the islands. 




Waterfall memories, Dundreggan
19x38cms
screenprint
£160 
September 2019  
‘Time spent amongst trees’, SSA exhibition at the Meffan Gallery, Forfar.

This waterfall is a special place to me and this print was created in memory of my dad.  The last time I visited, I drew the waterfall from the bottom looking up and created this screenprint from that drawing.  I have kept the colours muted by printing onto a grey coloured paper. 

 




Beyond the garden
18x25cms
screenprint 
£140 
 January 2019 

This is a screenprint inspired by a drawing trip to a Greek island last year.  

It is the view from a friends garden which overlooked the sea and surrounding islands. 



Mark
All images © Gillian Murray