Lynn's Art On Arran
Having trained and worked as an Art Teacher, I lost my contact with art for many years but when I moved to the West Coast of Scotland in 2006 I was inspired by the landscape and my love of watercolour returned! I painted the landscapes of the West Coast for many years but having moved to the Isle of Arran in 2017 my work is now focused on the landscapes and seascapes of Arran: capturing the essence of this stunning island.
Whilst I love working with watercolour, I discovered wool as a medium to 'paint' pictures with in 2015 and have been exploring this very versatile medium ever since. Many of my paintings are now 'felt paintings' and capture the scenery and creatures of Arran. I have recently been working on pieces inspired by the sea exploring the textures and the mysteries that lie below the surface!
I have also discovered the joy of working with wool to create unique pieces of felt jewellery that are both comfortable and warm to wear. By making my own individual felt beads I can guarantee that each piece is totally unique.
I have a studio in Whiting Bay which is open as part of the Arran Art Trail (See the link at the bottom of this page). Do visit if you are on the island and take a look at my work in progress! My studio is in Middle Road and is signed from the bottom of the road, I am open most afternoons between May to October.