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Although based in New England, Sherry Palmer lived for two years on the Isle of Skye and continues to return annually to paint. Her favourite locations are Ashaig, the headlands of Ullinish and Ord's coral island. Palmer prefers to express the overall images that she sees in the landscape of the Scottish west coast, taking her inspiration from the shore, islands, hills and sky. She is particularly interested in capturing the large shapes and lines of colour that run through tree clusters, the sky, or currents on the surface of the water.
oil on canvas
H 37 x W 44 cm
purchased from An Tuirean Arts Centre, Portree, 1996