Callanish is a prehistoric site on Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. It was probably used as a kind of temple doubling up as a calendar to track the movements of the heavenly bodies, especially the long and wandering cycle of the moon. This painting was made on-site in front of the subject.
The weather changes minute by minute in the Outer Hebrides, hence the subtitle, ‘the sky moves sideways’, which is a reference to a song by the band Porcupine Tree.
This painting was made on the iPad, digitally, using pixels on a screen. Therefore there is no single 'original' painting, every print of it is original! You can buy a high-resolution digital file for one-off personal use and get a print of this painting made in a size and format of your choice. Read how this option works.
Hint: this painting looks stunning as a print on canvas.
Original painting – acrylic on canvas - size: 51cm x 76cm – price includes P&P to UK addresses. Comes to you unframed.
A2 size prints, signed by the artist are £35. Price includes P&P to UK addresses.
A digital file of this painting is available for you to print at a format and size of your choice for £35. Read more…
I also have greetings cards and tea towels of this painting.