Painter Holly Aitchison takes inspiration from the wild scenery of the Highlands, where she grew up, to create vivid, detailed landscapes
Aitchison developed her skills whilst studying Fine Art at DJCAD, before moving on to Glasgow’s Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she is currently studying scenic art.
Despite leaving the area, her upbringing in the north of Scotland continues to inform her practice: this exhibition showcases paintings and prints of familiar places which evoke strong memories for the young artist.
There’s also a good dash of wanderlust in the show, with some paintings depicting locations still on Aitchison’s travel wish list.
Working with a mixture of gouache, watercolour and acrylic, Aitchison uses bright, playful colours to bring the landscape to life.
The 17 piece collection ranges in price from £30 to £270.
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