moy mackay

towards the minch
£695.00
27.0 x 27.0 cm
kilmory, summer
£695.00
28.0 x 26.0 cm
red sky & sail boat
£650.00
27.0 x 30.0 cm
sanna
£1,495.00
41.0 x 44.0 cm
ruby orange wash day
£950.00
40.0 x 40.0 cm
sanna pinks
£1,550.00
46.0 x 44.5 cm
clachtoll bay
£1,495.00
43.0 x 43.0 cm
lace cottage, red sky
£1,950.00
66.0 x 63.0 cm
greens and blues
£2,200.00
70.0 x 70.0 cm
highland bothy
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27.0 x 27.0 cm
the hill farm, winter
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17.0 x 17.0 cm
tall pines II
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23.0 x 17.0 cm
from kilchoan to mull
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45.0 x 43.0 cm
from kilchoan
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45.0 x 45.0 cm
buttercup cottage
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25.0 x 28.0 cm
acharacle, ardnamurchan
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41.0 x 41.0 cm
moy mackay

Moy Mackay is an award-winning Scottish artist who specialises in the art of felting. Growing up in a creative family, she was first introduced to painting by her uncle. Moy went on to study at Glasgow School of Art, moving to the Scottish Borders after graduating. Working in her Tweed Valley studio, she creates ‘felted paintings’ from merino fleece fibres and stitch. Through her pioneering, painterly use of fibre, she has developed a unique coupling of traditional craft with a fine art application. Beginning outdoors, in the rural landscapes of Scotland, Moy sketches in oil pastel, keeping a visual diary of the shapes, forms & colours she sees. Having captured the essence of each subject, back in her studio, Moy begins work on the final pieces. Fibres are blended, much like a painter mixes colour on a palette, before the careful process of felting begins. Regarded as the leading authority on this art form, she has published several books on the subject.

moy mackay

Moy Mackay is an award-winning Scottish artist who specialises in the art of felting. Growing up in a creative family, she was first introduced to painting by her uncle. Moy went on to study at Glasgow School of Art, moving to the Scottish Borders after graduating. Working in her Tweed Valley studio, she creates ‘felted paintings’ from merino fleece fibres and stitch. Through her pioneering, painterly use of fibre, she has developed a unique coupling of traditional craft with a fine art application. Beginning outdoors, in the rural landscapes of Scotland, Moy sketches in oil pastel, keeping a visual diary of the shapes, forms & colours she sees. Having captured the essence of each subject, back in her studio, Moy begins work on the final pieces. Fibres are blended, much like a painter mixes colour on a palette, before the careful process of felting begins. Regarded as the leading authority on this art form, she has published several books on the subject.