david deamer

failing light
£425.00
15.0 x 29.0 cm
north skye, winter
£450.00
26.0 x 21.0 cm
rubha hunish (isle of skye)
£475.00
24.5 x 29.0 cm
morning light (earlish, isle of skye)
£450.00
30.0 x 20.0 cm
the river sligachan, isle of skye
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30.0 x 24.0 cm
the cuillin of skye - a view from sligachan
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21.0 x 51.0 cm
johan's long last sleep (kyleakin, isle of skye)
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20.0 x 40.0 cm
night at mallaig (silver crest)
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40.0 x 28.0 cm
the little red burn (isle of skye)
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35.0 x 24.0 cm
fishing boats at mallaig
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22.0 x 30.0 cm
coast at ord
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30.0 x 20.0 cm
up into the silence, cuillin of skye
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20.0 x 40.0 cm
the north end, cuillin of skye
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20.0 x 41.0 cm
the frozen moor
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30.0 x 23.0 cm
the little red burn
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30.0 x 23.0 cm
a lochan in the cuillin
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33.0 x 21.0 cm
idrigill from earlish
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17.0 x 33.0 cm
allt dearg cottage
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20.0 x 40.0 cm
harta corrie from lochan dubha
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25.0 x 25.0 cm
breakers at staffin
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20.0 x 40.0 cm
david deamer

David Deamer spent his childhood on the Isle of Skye, and returned to live and paint there in 2017. His early work was executed in pencil, with precise, photographic detail but more recently has taken inspiration from the expressive, lively oils of artists including Edward Seago, Trevor Chamberlain and David Curtis.

David predominantly works en plein air, favouring oils for both practical (the ability to withstand west coast rain) and aesthetic reasons, enjoying the sculptural finish the medium brings to his work. He finds there is no substitute for working from life and being out in the landscape; working from photography as a landscape artist is no replacement for immersing oneself in the subject.

David’s selection of his subject is intuitive and he never plans ahead what he will paint. Instead he enjoys the unplanned spontaneity, and allowing the scenery and a strong desire to communicate light effects that most would not notice to inform him. His aim is to capture the essence of a scene in an effort to place the viewer there with him.

david deamer

David Deamer spent his childhood on the Isle of Skye, and returned to live and paint there in 2017. His early work was executed in pencil, with precise, photographic detail but more recently has taken inspiration from the expressive, lively oils of artists including Edward Seago, Trevor Chamberlain and David Curtis.

David predominantly works en plein air, favouring oils for both practical (the ability to withstand west coast rain) and aesthetic reasons, enjoying the sculptural finish the medium brings to his work. He finds there is no substitute for working from life and being out in the landscape; working from photography as a landscape artist is no replacement for immersing oneself in the subject.

David’s selection of his subject is intuitive and he never plans ahead what he will paint. Instead he enjoys the unplanned spontaneity, and allowing the scenery and a strong desire to communicate light effects that most would not notice to inform him. His aim is to capture the essence of a scene in an effort to place the viewer there with him.