In the Garden
'Beauty surrounds us but usually we need to be walking in a garden to know it,' Rumi.
A grand orangerie, this Victorian glasshouse sits like a jewel in the crown of the stunning Royal Edinburgh Botanic Gardens. This serene green space holds a special place in my heart as it has offered me much needed respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. Sharing its beauty in every season, a visit to this sanctuary is like a balm for the weary soul.
The Edinburgh Collection was inspired by my love for my adopted home. I cannot escape the grandeur and class of this stately city whose past can be mapped out through its architecture. From a stunning medieval fortress high up on its rocky mount to delicate Victorian glasshouses protecting exotic plants, there is beauty wherever I turn.
These architectural gems are reminiscent of a prosperous era in Scottish, indeed British history and impress all those who travel here, leaving an everlasting imprint on residents and visitors alike.
20% of sale will go to the Parkinsons UK charity in memory of my late father.
- Winston & Newton watercolours on Fabriano Artistico paper.
- Painting size 25cm x 25cm.
- Signed on the front and titled on the reverse.
This painting is represented by Marchmont Gallery. For enquiries or purchase information please contact them directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44(0)131 228 8228.
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