Tuesday, 3 September 2019


This summer has been a very busy one.  In October 2018 we relocated to South Ronaldsay to a wonderfully secluded property on the Pentland Firth coastline.  The house is wonderful but comes with the added bonus of having a near-derelict old cottage on the land.  The past several months have been spent renovating, wiring and plumbing and now is a great space for painting and, just as importantly, mounting and framing work.  We have invested in professional framing equipment (Morso guillotine, Keencut mountcutter, Inmes under-pinner etc.,) and a state of the art inkjet printer.  We are now self-sufficient for producing and reproducing art all may through to framing and delivery - very exciting indeed!  You'll notice the brand new range of Limited Edition prints which we'll be adding to over the coming weeks.  We'll be retaining a few old favourites too so please have a browse of the prints section on the right for a peek at what’s new.

This time of year I’m usually preparing work for the annual Society of Wildlife Artists ‘Natural Eye’ exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London (24th October – 3rd November) but I’ll also be showing two paintings at the Mall Galleries a little earlier too as I was delighted to have work accepted for the Royal Society of Marine Artists annual exhibition (10th October – 19th October).  This is the first time I’ve submitted work so I was surprised and thrilled to be accepted. 


Every Cloud
Oil on board - accepted for the Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition
Mall Galleries, London

The Tender; Stromness Marina
Oil on board - accepted for the Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition
Mall Galleries, London
If you would like to follow what I’m up to on a day-to-day basis then please go to:
Tim Wootton Wildlife Art and Wildscape Gallery, Stromness both on Facebook.
(https://www.facebook.com/Tim-Wootton-Wildlife-Art-199693286747235/
https://www.facebook.com/Wildscape-Gallery-Stromness-635130666521796/)






1 comment:

Making A Mark said...

Oh - well done. That's a big new development. Good luck with the new venture!