Once again we just wanted to thank everyone for their support – not just this year but over the 20 years we’ve been trading in the tundra. We hope you have a peaceful New Year. We will be open asap – depending on the governments advice. Watch this space…
We are super proud and very excited to be representing our good friend Ashley Cook in the gallery this morning. Astonishing new works have just touched down in the gallery – the head technician will be preparing them for display ASAP – but in the meantime: here is a wee preview.
Autumn in Braemar – you cant really beat it. These are some of the Tundra Journal Highlights from the month.
We would like to thank all of our lovely customers for their business over this unprecedented time and look forward to seeing y’all very soon. In the mean time I will continue posting all new work available and any new stock that comes in on social Media etc.
Great to see the lovely Jim Dewar yesterday for a catch up and meet Millie the dog…Jim has dropped in some super new atmospheric watercolours – we can’t wait to get these incredibly calming pieces hung up on the walls…I alway think of Jims work as searching for that the ideal getaway/cabin in the tundra, where we would all like to live…a place in the wilderness.
These are all available as from today: please contact me for sizes, price etc.
Very excited and proud to be hosting this superb exhibition which will run for the month of September.
All Pastels are for sale – please contact me for Sizes and Prices.
Born in Dundee, Fiona attended Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, between 1975-79. Fiona first started to exhibit in 1996, and is now recognised as one of the leading pastel landscape artists in Scotland. She has become widely renowned for her characteristic and richly toned portrayals of the dramatic mountain landscapes of the highlands, and evocative studies of the ever changing skies and shorelines around her native Broughty Ferry and the Tay Esuary.
Fiona has exhibited with several prominent galleries, and her work is now enthusiastically collected throughout Scotland, and can also be found in private collections throughout the UK and abroad.