Mull is the word used in Scotland for a promontory – think Mull of Kintyre that catchy song by Paul McCartney. Mull is also the name of the second largest island in the Hebrides off the West Coast of Scotland. I think I put a foot on it once.
Mull is an island of peninsulas which give it a long and varied coastline and it has spectacular wildlife from whales and dolphins to eagles and otters. I think that is what this artist, Richard Conway-Jones, tried to show in this lovely watercolour simply titled ‘Isle of Mull’. He has certainly captured the colours of Scotland and I like it a lot. It cost £2.25.
I have come across this artist before and we have already re-homed one of his pieces. I think he lives locally to me and has recently had a clear out because his work keeps turning up. You can find him on You Tube and he has a website https://sites.google.com/site/englandsgreatestlivingartist/