This is one of the stacs which form the St Kilda archipeligo, the "Islands on the edge of the world". A world heritage site, my husband and my daughter have both had the privilege to visit these islands and came back with plenty of photos for me. Unfortunately, due to arthritis, I was not able to make the journey as the landing is quite difficult. The inhabitants used to climb these stacs to catch the seabirds for food. The last 36 inhabitants left St Kilda in 1930 as life had become just too hard. I don't feel I've done this island justice but I thought I'd post it and see what you all think, I can always have another go at it :) Thanks for looking.
About the Artist
I am a self taught artist or, as I like to say, I'm "unrestricted by formal teaching" which probably explains my mish mash of styles. I paint in most media, watercolour, gouache, oil, coloured pencil and my favourite, soft pastels. I'm inspired by the Scottish landscape, nature and animals and…View full profile