By Andrew GaultAndrew Gault RIBA Andrew is an architect and Rower. He paints the local Irish and Scottish landscapes capturing the interplay between water, land and weather and conveying the vast forms and structures of these places around our coasts and along our rivers. Andrew’s work was exhibited in the Royal Society of Ulster Architects, Architects as Artists exhibition 2016 where his landscape ‘Headland 3’ (oil on canvas 17” x 17”) received the President’s Choice Award. His paintings are in private collections in N. Ireland, England, Scotland and Australia.
Original acrylic on Canvas
Craobh Haven pronounced Croove, meaning tree, is on the West coast of Scotland. The Craignish peninsular is a magical place, close to that great sea whirlpool (have a look at earlier paintings) it has places with names which give us clues to the past such as “Bay of the Field of Heads”. Once part of the Kingdom of Dalriada it’s history is full of Irish, Scot and Scandinavian.