Scottish Fisheries Museum - Limited Edition Watercolour Print by Yolandé Kenny
The Scottish Fisheries Museum, a major Scottish tourist attraction, is at the end of Shore Street in Anstruther. Families enjoy a stroll around the Museum, a coffee in the cafe and a browse in the Museum shop. Others just prefer to sit outside, watching the world go by whilst eating fish and chips.
This print is 220 x 300mm and an edition of 125.
Each of these high quality Giclée prints is a signed limited edition on Somerset Enhanced velvet 255gsm paper. This paper has a texture that gives each print the same quality, feel and look as the original watercolour.
The print size includes a border which is signed and marked with its limited edition number. The prints are sent rolled with tissue in a heavy duty PostPak postal tube.
Yolandé lives in Cellardyke in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. Having painted all her life, Yolandé's biggest passion is for animals and birds, in particular the little puffins that flock to the Isle of May every summer. Yolandé graduated from the world-renowned Central St Martin’s, London, with a First Class BA (Hons) in Fine Art. She has exhibited in venues around Europe, as well as undertaking commissions in oils, watercolours and pastels.