Scottish Landscape by digital artist and photographer Cath Waters
A crofting whitehouse by the village of Achiltibuie set against the Summer Isles archipelago, which lies in the mouth of Loch Broom off the Coigach Peninsula in the North-West Highlands of Scotland. The place name Achilitibuie comes from Gaelic for “field of the yellow-haired boy”. The village is surrounded by some of the most stunning mountain and coastal scenery in Scotland..
Glossy 15 cm Square, black edged wood blocks with wall hanging fixture.
Can also be displayed free standing on a shelf.
Each wood block is hand printed in Cath’s workshop in Scotland, UK.