Skip to product information
1 of 5

Map of Mull - a painting of the Isle of Mull, Scotland

Map of Mull - a painting of the Isle of Mull, Scotland

Regular price $52.00
Regular price Sale price $52.00
Sale Sold out

The Isle of Mull, on the west coast of Scotland, is the second largest island of the Hebrides, and is home to about 3,000 people, more than a third of whom live in Tobermory.

In my illustrated painting, I have shown some of the features, settlements, history, geography and natural wonders to be found on this outstanding island.

  • An original painting in watercolour, size 730mm x 520mm on 600gsm cotton rag paper
  • A2 size signed poster prints
  • Digital file for you to make a single print at a format and size of your choice
  • I also have coasters and tea towels of this painting.

Why paint a map of Mull?

I first visited Mull on a family holiday way back in 1972. I've returned a few times since, most recently in 2023. It's got everything I love: history, varied landscapes of mountains, rugged and fascinating coastline, lighthouses, puffins, boats, lovely horses to ride, rainbows, friendly people, fantastic cake shops, a real sense of community, and it's packed with wildlife. It's especially known for its eagles - golden eagles and white tailed eagles. The latter were reintroduced in the 1980s and have begun to self-sustain as a population.

Someone from a shop in Tobermory contacted me and asked if I had any products with Mull on, and I didn't. But once she had planted the seed in my head about a hand-painted Map of Mull it was inevitable it would spill from my brushes.

What's on my map of Mull?

My Map of Mull charts the main settlements and notable features such as: all five regular ferries, Glenforsa airstrip, Eas Fors waterfall and Lochbuie Neolithic stone circle. Outlying islands are shown including: the Treshnish Isles, which is home to a breeding seabird colony; Staffa, where Fingal's Cave is, and of course Iona. This is where St Cuthbert founded a monastery.

Mull wildlife

My map shows some of the many wonderful wild creatures you can see. Birds illustrated are: golden eagle, white tailed eagle, crossbill, hen harrier, puffin, curlew, gannet, corncrake, eider. Mammals shown: otter, red deer, pine marten, highland cow, mountain hare, common dolphin, grey seal and minke whale.

Also pictured on my Map of Mull

... is me riding a white Highland pony alongside Jean from Mull Pony Trekking at Killiechronan. Jean and I have ridden out together a few times and we always have such tremendous fun. I have spotted all kinds of wildlife while riding; wildlife doesn't flee from horses as it does from people. And galloping through the sea at the top end of Loch Na Keal is the only time I have seen flounders swim away from beneath the hoofs of my mount!

The Tobermory Whisky, the Macquarie Mausoleum at Gruline (which will be of particular interest to Australians), Duart Castle, Glengorm Hotel, Tobermory lighthouse and Lismore lighthouses, and of course, a lifeboat heading out from RNLI Tobermory en route to save lives and keep us safe from the sea.

My grateful thanks to Nikki at Seafare Chandlery, Main Street, Tobermory, for her help and guidance on which features to include.

My husband Moth's photographs of our trips to Mull have been a fabulous source of visual information and reminders of the many delights of Mull.

Shipping and delivery

This website takes orders from UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Denmark, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

If you are not in these countries and you would like to make a purchase, please get in touch with me directly.

Posting your order

Typically, orders for physical products placed after 12pm on Friday, and on Saturday or Sunday will not be posted until Monday at the earliest. I use Royal Mail to dispatch your order.

If you have ordered multiple items, I will try to post everything together. Occasionally, this is not possible, in which case they will be dispatched in separate packages.

Digital files will typically be transferred to customers within 24 hours via email using WeTransfer, the file transfer website.

Buying an original painting? Please choose the tracked option!

UNITED KINGDOM (incl. Channel Islands, Isle of Man)

  • UK Royal Mail second class – 3 to 5 working days (can be longer at busy times of year)
  • UK Royal Mail tracked next day special delivery – next day by 1pm

If you choose a tracked delivery, I will be notified with your Royal Mail tracking number when your parcel has been dispatched.


IMPORTANT! All international orders are shipped duties unpaid. Orders shipped outside of the UK may be subject to customs, taxes and duties. This cost is the responsibility of the customer and is payable on receipt of goods. Please check your local customs tax and duty costs as duties must be paid before the goods are released.

Royal Mail International Tracked service (7-14 days)

Royal Mail International Tracked service (7-14 days)

EUROPE (Rep of Ireland, France, Germany and Denmark only)
Royal Mail International Tracked service (7-14 days)

View full details