Aska's Blog

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Rich to be famous?

I am going to share some news with you both exciting and controversial at the same time. First hand news of Scottish Island Art experience of the art world as we perceive it today. Or as I thought I was. The exciting news is that I have been asked by one of the galleries in…

Sunset in Poland

Poland – homeland of golden sunsets.

Scottish Island Art sharing travel inspirations and reflections. My summer visit to Poland. Only just managed to see the golden bales of hay, all ready and waiting in line to be picked up. Winter feed for cows. The harvested grains will be made into bread. Contrasting dark clouds over the golden fields. Looking like a…

scottish island art new website and blog

Mull art with a difference – THE special OFFER fundraiser

I have a new website open now. Hurrah! You’ll find my Island landscape paintings and new artwork made with resin. My Island lockdown series. To celebrate opening of the new website and to make a difference with my art, I am offering a large limited edition of 25 ONLY giclee prints of my Commemorative 2020…

Lismore rainbow painting

Art making and rainbow during Covid 19 lockdown

Title ” Lismore Rainbow – a sign of peace, hope and a promise” There are ONLY 25 large limited edition giclee prints of the painting I am donating half of the funds raised to Glen Iosal. Towards creating outdoor area where tenants can sit out and socialise. The painting was inspired by the last few…

At the top of Buachaille Etive More Glencoe

Don’t be afraid of a challenge

Our approach was from the South-East side of the mountain with a clear path, crossing a bridge and steadily climbing up. This meant to be more difficult way to go up the Buachaille. Compared to the more steady path on the East side. As we discovered soon the path turned into a scramble and we…

Rannoch Moor from Buachaille

Glencoe memories – painting inspirations

As one still weight’s pros and cons of travelling in this difficult time of Covid 19 I am going back to my very fond memories of last year’s summer holidays,  very inspiring for new paintings. Sharing it with you. Last year in July myself and my son spend most amazing few  days in Glencoe. Filled…

Resin Rainbow heart

Holding to a Rainbow – Mull artist inspiration during Covid19

The spring season on the Isle of Mull is behind us. A very quiet one, no tourists, no open shops . We had a few days of mixed weather but in general it has been dry and sunny. The West Coast is blessed with summer temperatures. It helps Everyone to keep the Spirits up in…

Raising waves resin painting

Drawn to the sea on the World Oceans Day

I have been living on the stunning Isle of Mull in Scotland for a while. Surrounded by the waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. Blessed to be able to get to the beach just a short drive away from my home. To enjoy the tranquillity and peace of Calgary beach on…

floral resin jewellery

Careful considerations, balance (or not)

The next step in making floral art resin coasters involves splitting two flowers of the same kind into two separate groups. Testing each flower type preserving qualities after being encapsulated in resin forever. Most of the flowers pass that ever important test. They’ve kept their original colours and shapes. That’s probably thanks to the prior…

Isle of Mull Wildflowers

Sometimes you can’t rush things

Would like to share a little bit about my experimenting with resin and floral art. Making resin coasters involves quite a lot of patience, waiting and perseverance. You can only do so much in one day. Your work is dedicated to the medium, very fluid and versatile. You have to leave it to set and…