Shetland – Foula – Sheep and Bonxie

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  • About this work of Art

    Judith Yarrow. Shetland – Foula – Sheep and Bonxie.
    Foula is one of the outermost Shetland Islands 20 miles west of mainland Shetland. It’s one of the most remote inhabited islands in GB with about 38 inhabitants – and hard to get there. There were no flights while we were there and we went over in a small boat with the access officer for Shetland who went to inspect work going on to repair a footbridge following floods. Bonxie is the local name for the Great Skua birds which nest here. The sheep are Shetland.
    I had a wonderful day walking the coast while the mist lifted.
    The painting is mixed media with collaged papers as a base, acrylic and pastels.
    This painting is framed in a simple white wooden frame.
    The size given is for the actual painting. The framed size is: H34 x W34cm

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    • Size : H 14 cm x W 15 cm
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