Scottish Landscape Artist

May 11, 2014
Scottish landscape artist

Encouraged by his surrounding Scottish surroundings, Glasgow-based artist Scott Naismith interprets the heavens, land, and ocean before him since stunning streaks of color. Using multi-sized brushes and various palette knives, the painter expresses his love for their native country with a multi-layered melody of color. Employing multiple tools enables him to produce his desired surface and visual effect, more accentuating the vibrant, captivating environment.

The explosion of colors being often contained in Naismith's work are artistic renditions of light peeking through clouds. He explains, "[M]y current work now gets to be more involved in cloudcover and its own effect on light and colour through both its translucent and opaque properties. Clouds tend to be noticeable public of water droplets or frozen ice crystals suspended into the atmosphere . They will have the capability to refract and mirror, creating an ever changing perception of light which inspires my usage of colour."

The painter's bio also adds, "These altering heavens from dark to light are a metaphor for optimism and hope. After a miraculous recovery from disease by their daddy, current relationship and delivery of his 2 young ones, Scott attracts upon a fantastic positivity and energy."

Source: www.mymodernmet.com
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