Landscapes of the Far North

This is a selection of paintings from my 'Landscapes of the Far North' exhibition at Eden Court in Inverness, running during September.

A Highland Shelter - Watercolour - 25 x 36 cm 

Ben Hope over Eriboll - Watercolour - 25 x 36 cm

Caithness Moorland - Watercolour - 18 x 26 cm

 Foinaven and the Kyle of Durness - Watercolour - 23 x 34 cm

Stac Pollaidh and The Minch - Watercolour - 25 x 36 cm

 The Old Man of Stoer - Watercolour - 25 x 36 cm

The Road to Durness - Watercolour - 25 x 36 cm


  1. Hi there Keith!... What a wonderful cross section of composition and subject matter shown here in your exhibition pieces!

    All have the hallmark Tilley atmospheric grandeur and soft palette! They capture the mood and sense of place... all of them!

    Good Luck with sales!... and Good Painting Keith!
    Warmest regards,

  2. All of them gorgeous but especially Foinaven - hope they sell, I'm sure they will!

  3. (sigh) They make me want to be not only at the exhibition but also at the places they express. I hope they all find new homes.

  4. Great work Keith. Best of luck with the exhibition.

  5. Thanks everyone for your good wishes.

  6. An exquisite collection of work Keith. I so wish I could get up there to see the exhibition for myself. Good luck with it. ;-)

  7. Thanks John, maybe one day I'll exhibit further south.

  8. All clean and clear watercolours Keith. All lovely paintings. All the best.

  9. Hi Keith, I will certainly get up to Inverness to see the exhibition of your wonderful paintings. I wish you every success! :)

  10. Thanks Ingrid.

    Have you been to Eden Court before? Let me know if I can help with directions when you visit.

  11. Lovely paintings Keith, I will pop in tomorrow when I head over to Inverness all going well.

  12. Thanks Caroline, I hope you enjoy the exhibition.

    It would be nice if we could get together when I come down to Elgin. I'll let you know when I'll be down there, as soon as I've got some definite plans.

  13. I do hope that the exhibition goes really well, Keith; I am sure that it will. I would love to be able to see it, but I'm afraid I will have to content myself with the images you have posted here.


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