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Skye From Bealach Na Ba, Wood Block Print

£29.95

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Skye From Bealach Na Ba, Applecross, wood block

The road to Applecross over the Bealach Na Ba “the pass of the cattle” must be one of the most spectacular in Scotland. Forming part of the famous North Coast 500 and not for timid drivers, the Bealach Na Ba winds its way over a high mountain pass then down to the small village of Applecross on the other side. The painting is of the summit of the pass on a clear day, showing the amazing view across the sea over to the mountains of the Isle of Skye.

The print is a glossy, black edged wood block and measures 6″ (15cm) square. It can stand on its own or be hung from the fixture on the back.

Each block is hand printed in artist Cath Water’s workshop. Cath Waters is a Scottish landscape digital artist and photographer. Much of the inspiration for her landscape work comes from camper van travels around Scotland.  She loves the wide open spaces, vast moody skies and low light of the Scottish West Coast and the Hebrides and tries to capture the essence of these special places.

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Skye From Bealach Na Ba, Applecross, wood block

The road to Applecross over the Bealach Na Ba “the pass of the cattle” must be one of the most spectacular in Scotland. Forming part of the famous North Coast 500 and not for timid drivers, the Bealach Na Ba winds its way over a high mountain pass then down to the small village of Applecross on the other side. The painting is of the summit of the pass on a clear day, showing the amazing view across the sea over to the mountains of the Isle of Skye.

The print is a glossy, black edged wood block and measures 6″ (15cm) square. It can stand on its own or be hung from the fixture on the back.

Each block is hand printed in artist Cath Water’s workshop. Cath Waters is a Scottish landscape digital artist and photographer. Much of the inspiration for her landscape work comes from camper van travels around Scotland.  She loves the wide open spaces, vast moody skies and low light of the Scottish West Coast and the Hebrides and tries to capture the essence of these special places.