Wildflowers in the Rough
Signed and titled, open edition print in two sizes :-
Standard size - image 38 x 26cm on A3+ paper (48 x 33cm)
Large size - image 54 x 37cm on A2 paper (59 x 42cm)
Mounted prints are presented in an off-white mount with card backing in a cellophane sleeve and will fit frame size 40 x 50cm.
Un-mounted prints are packaged in sturdy tubes.
Highest quality Giclee print.
Away from the beach now and on to another popular place to spend time in Elie, the golf course. Both the nine and eighteen-hole courses are very busy in the summer. I don’t play golf but I do appreciate the lovely views you get from the golf course and I enjoy walking Brodie alongside it. This view looks across the 17th and 4th greens towards my favourite hole - the 19th! You can see a few golfers on their way there to enjoy a post-match drink. I painted some smoke coming out of The Golf Tavern’s chimney to make it look even more cosy and inviting. To the left you can see a family out walking with, what I would describe as, a rather handsome dog!
I tend not to use purple very much in my work but when I saw this view looking across the golf course, it was the purple of the flowers matching the roof tiles of one of the buildings that attracted me to paint this scene. I was fascinated to see so many types of wildflowers growing in the rough. I pondered the thought that the large white daisies growing on the edge of the golf course must make it practically impossible to find disobedient golf balls gone astray in the rough!