morag young

boatshed II
£300.00
15.0 x 20.5 cm
gavin's chapel
£400.00
20.0 x 20.0 cm
x marks the spot
£390.00
21.0 x 25.5 cm
bothy x
£350.00
20.5 x 20.5 cm
the boat shed
£390.00
25.5 x 20.5 cm
solitude
£390.00
26.0 x 20.5 cm
corrugated sheds
£590.00
40.5 x 51.0 cm
that abandoned feeling
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40.5 x 50.5 cm
winter reflection
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18.5 x 19.5 cm
west coast shoreline
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15.0 x 15.0 cm
waiting
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48.0 x 68.0 cm
it's written in the stars
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19.0 x 18.0 cm
distant light
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30.0 x 30.0 cm
when the wind blows
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40.0 x 50.0 cm
the tin roof
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32.5 x 55.5 cm
somewhere in the highlands
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40.0 x 50.5 cm
sandy's bothy
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40.0 x 50.0 cm
road to the croft
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21.0 x 42.0 cm
john the boot's house
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22.0 x 22.0 cm
caol bay skies
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17.5 x 35.0 cm
burnside
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41.0 x 41.0 cm
after the rain
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21.0 x 42.0 cm
morag young

Born in the Outer Hebrides on the tiny island of Eriskay, Morag Young moved to the mainland when she was 5. Her family settled on the West Coast, near Glencoe; a place where she has continued to live, work and bring up a family of her own. Having had a successful career as a hotelier, Morag now focusses her attention on her artistic practice. Finding challenge and excitement in working in a variety of mediums, Morag’s work explores colour, texture and the drawn line, bringing together landscape, floralscape and the human form. Her aim is to develop  paintings  that speak both to her and others about the beauty that exists in passing moments and familiar objects. In her own words, ‘each piece I create is simultaneously an extension from the past, where I have come from and what I have  learned, as well as a preview of the future, where I am going.’

morag young

Born in the Outer Hebrides on the tiny island of Eriskay, Morag Young moved to the mainland when she was 5. Her family settled on the West Coast, near Glencoe; a place where she has continued to live, work and bring up a family of her own. Having had a successful career as a hotelier, Morag now focusses her attention on her artistic practice. Finding challenge and excitement in working in a variety of mediums, Morag’s work explores colour, texture and the drawn line, bringing together landscape, floralscape and the human form. Her aim is to develop  paintings  that speak both to her and others about the beauty that exists in passing moments and familiar objects. In her own words, ‘each piece I create is simultaneously an extension from the past, where I have come from and what I have  learned, as well as a preview of the future, where I am going.’