Black Bob hard at work on what looks like his own territory having come up the Corbie Lynn from the cottage he shared with his owner Andrew Glen. Black Bob stories were written by John Hunter, who lived in & had a shop in Selkirk. They were illustrated by Jack Prout.
Herds Cottage Corbie Lynn, Selkirk, the basis for Andrew Glen's cottage in the Black Bob stories. My take from an old B&W photo with artistic license to take cottage back to it's original stone and of course add Black Bob!
The Top Pond up the Corbie Lynn, Philiphaugh, Selkirk, on the way up to The Three Brethren. Now on sale in Courthouse Coffee Shop, Selkirk.
Selkirk looking down Fleshmarket to the recently emerged and refurbished Town Hall Clock. What makes this unusual view so colourful is the heavy cropping of rowan berries this year.
Showing before framing & framed.
Glenfinnan Viaduct at the head of Loch Shiel which carries the Jacobite steam train on it's journeys from Fort William to Mallaig
Bowhill Upper Loch a glorious sunny day in Bowhill Estate among the Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys near Selkirk.
Hawick Coble Cauld lovely autumn colours on the Teviot in Hawick. The Cauld was built to divert water to the mill lade which provided power to the textile mills
Sunset on Lindean Loch near Selkirk. A frosty winter evening sunset.
Scott's View in the Scottish Borders a misty morning below the Eildon Hills where this favourite view of Sir Walter Scott overlooks the Tweed Valley.
Cove Harbour, Nr Cockburnspath Cove is a clifftop village near Cockburnspath, the natural harbour was improved in 1831 by building a breakwater. Access to the harbour is down a path to a tunnel through the cliff onto the beach. It has been privately owned since 1990.
Quote from recipient - "Thank you so much for the beautiful painting of Cove Harbour - I loved it so much I burst into tears! Needless to say it has pride of place in our living room"
Selkirk Golf Club from the top of Selkirk Hill with autumn colours and a backdrop of Border hills.
Paintings are difficult to display online due to glass reflections. They are better seen first hand. If you would like to come and see a painting, or are interested in purchasing one, please email me, phone, or use the contact page for a question.
I have added galleries of paintings (framed with glass), scanning them without glass on the Contact, Scans, Sale Item, Info page to see the images with more clarity.
Phone: 07989 788 497
If you would like to see more of my work, I have paintings on sale in The Picture Framer, Lawyers Brae, Galashiels - where I get all my professional framing done. Also some on sale in
The Courthouse Coffee Shop, Market Place, Selkirk
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The Haining statues in the snow, Selkirk
The statues were in storage for a few years but have now been returned to the lochside.
The Walking Tree in The Haining, Selkirk
it truly has grown like this - like an old man walking up the hill!