The Hebridean Sky, interpreted by a local artist: Rhod Evans

Rhod Evans is able to ‘translate’ for us the ever-changing Hebridean skies! I have left his own notes…..

Rhod Evans 1

“A second interpretation of a sketch I did a while back of Heisgier (Monachs) Lighthouse at sunset. I used gold leaf for parts of the island, which doesn’t show up too well in the photo…”

Rhod Evans 2

“Sketched from the Berneray ferry crossing from Berneray to Leverburgh and painted later. I’m learning that this is my favourite type of subject – atmospheric conditions and ‘weather’ (and we get a lot of that in the Hebrides!)”
(Find him on FACEBOOK:  Rhod Evans Contemporary Watercolours)

About lorianapauli

Born in Italian speaking Ticino/Switzerland. Lived all my life in different parts of that very country till I found my way "home", where I truly belong > the 'Long Island'.
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