SHOREWARD Mull

Presenting the new collection by the award-winning Scottish Artist, David Page.

A captivating collection of paintings, depicting the beauty of Mull as observed from the sea.

  • Docking - Craignure

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Leeward - Grasspoint (SOLD)

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Still - Croggan (SOLD)

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Calm - Loch Spelve (SOLD)

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Backdrop - Lochbuie (SOLD)

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Temple - Burg (SOLD)

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Intertidal - Loch Scridan

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Veil - Loch Beg

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Loch of the Cliffs - Loch na Keal

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Leaving - Calgary (SOLD)

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Unyielding - Caliach Point

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Narrows - Dervaig

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Blue Glen - Glengorm

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • Minor Light - Sound of Mull

    DAVID PAGE

    Acrylic on Canvas
    100 cm x 100cm

    £1275.00

  • SHOREWARD Mull

    Each painting will be accompanied by a limited edition, large-format book, featuring images of the full collection
    along with David's personal notes.

About the Artist

David Page is a former architect, having run his own practice (Page/Park Architects) in Glasgow. Today, he is a full-time artist.

David works out of his studio in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull for much of the year. He also spends time in Kells, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. This gives him the opportunity to observe two different landscapes: the brutal elegance of the West Coast Scotland versus the gentle undulating hills and field patterns of Ulster.

His acrylic works on canvas have garnered recognition, highlighted by his recent solo exhibition "Highland Colours" at The Briggait, Glasgow, in 2023, and his achievement as the winner of the Highland Art Prize in 2022.

David's Artistic Process

David employs unconventional techniques such as layering, pouring, throwing, and spreading paint.

He scrapes back through layers to reveal diverse colours and textures, then redistributes the unearthed masses across the canvas.

David explains, "I am watching for the moment when it works, when the chaotic energy leaves a mark that resembles places visited or experienced, around which the final image can evolve."