Scale05 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
To be a Scottish landscape painter you must enjoy a challenge: the challenge of finding your subject, often hard won in all weathers; the patience to endure long hours toiling in the studio; the confidence to know that what you create is both individual and important. In this new body of work Charles Simpson has challenged himself, the results forming his third exhibition with The Scottish Gallery, Scale.
Since the mid-1970s, Charles has gravitated towards the wild stretch of coastline between Mallaig and Arisaig. This quiet and remote corner of the country provides Charles with endless subject-matter. Charles captures the landscape with the skill of a painter who is deeply familiar with place and the confidence of an artist who enjoys the process of putting brush to canvas to capture the moment.
Charles can be included in a distinguished line of artists who have responded to the ever-changing beauty of Scotland’s west coast. For our considerable benefit, the torch is safe in the hands of an artist working at the height of his powers.
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Tubes View details
Tubesoil on canvasH:30cm W:40cm£2,000Small Island, Passing Gull View details
Small Island, Passing Gulloil on canvasH:80cm W:100cmSoldSquall View details
Squalloil on canvasH:30cm W:40cm£2,000Eigg: Rum Obscured View details
Eigg: Rum Obscuredoil on canvasH:80cm W:100cmSoldCloud View details
Cloudoil on canvas boardH:15cm W:15cmSoldPlockton View details
Plocktonoil on canvasH:40cm W:60cmSoldSea Loch View details
Sea Lochoil on canvas boardH:15cm W:15cmSoldBeach View details