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East Neuk Beach Crafts

Seagull at Cellardyke Pool - Seaside Watercolour Painting - Limited Edition Signed Art Print

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Brand new! These limited edition, signed prints from the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland feature whimsical watercolour paintings of some of my favourite places! I've tried to capture the joy of the Scottish seaside, our beautiful beaches and cute, local wildlife! Each print is taken from an original illustration using watercolour, ink and coloured pencil.

10% of profits will be donated to the Cellardyke Tidal Pool restoration project

This print shows a little seagull perched on the rocks at Cellardyke bathing pool. This tidal pool was one of many along the Fife coastal path, originally built in the 1930's but sadly allowed to fall into disrepair. Since lockdown, sea swimming has become hugely popular again and community groups are restoring the pools to bring them back to their former glory! I've had a wonderful time swimming in this pool over the last few years so throughly enjoyed painting it. The magical Isle of May on the horizon makes a glorious view from our own little infinity pool! 

These prints would make perfect gifts for anyone that loves the seaside, wild swimming, nautical decor and particularly the East Neuk of Fife. The fun style might look particularly sweet as wall art in a child's bedroom or nursery or would fit perfectly into a coastal-themed bathroom.

Choose to have your prints unframed (with a mount included and ready to fit into a standard 8x8 inch frame) or framed in either white wood, black wood or a rustic washed frame. The frames measure 23cm square. The actual image is 13cm square.

Each giclée print is signed and reproduced using the highest quality inks and Somerset 255gsm paper to ensure the print will remain vibrant for over 100 years. The paper has a beautiful texture that makes it barely distinguishable from the original watercolour painting. They are limited to a run of 200.

I'll be donating 10% of profits to the Cellardyke Tidal Pool restoration project at: