Buachaille Etive Mor – Glencoe

$99.00

Art & Word Collaboration – Buachaille Etive More, Glencoe

Beautiful hand-finished limited edition Giclèe Print with accompanying evocative story by Yvette Webster. Presented in an artist-designed presentation sleeve.

30 x 30cm • 308g 100% Cotton Rag • Hand Finished with Gold & Copper Paint • Limited Edition of 50 • Signed • Numbered • Certificate of Authenticity

*Each print is uniquely hand-finished. Please allow a week’s finishing time prior to shipment.*

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Description

Giclee print.

Hand-finished with iridescent gold and copper paint.

Limited Edition of 50.

Size: 30 x 30 cm.

This print does not come in a frame. If you’re based in the UK, I personally recommend Randell Framing (affiliate link).

Presented in an exclusive portfolio sleeve.

About the artist

Sam’s work depicts the natural landscapes from which modern urban lifestyles are increasingly disconnected. Her work aims to share the positive power of nature on the human spirit and soul. She wants to reconnect us to nature and in turn promote us to conserve and respect the wilderness.

Driven by a lifelong passion for nature, she frequently travels to natural environments to inform her work, creating both in the studio and outdoors in the field.

Sam is an ambassador for the Wilderness Foundation UK and the Co-Founder of the Wilderness Art Collective.

You can find her on Instagram.

About the writer

Yvette Webster is from New Zealand but calls Scotland home. After researching her family history, she moved to Scotland to retrace their footsteps. She ended up hiking the length of the country, and is the first solo female to thru-hike the Scottish National Trail.

Writing is Yvette’s passion and she has previously won awards from her time working as a journalist. Her focus now is travel writing, and documenting her travels around Scotland on her blog, Wayfaring Kiwi. She lives in West Lothian with her husband and their Labrador, Angus.

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