I draw and paint landscapes using charcoal, graphite, acrylic, watercolour, gouache, and inks.

I'm also a printmaker. I'm a member of Edinburgh Printmakers and Highland Print Studios. I have a portfolio of etchings, aquatints and photopolymer prints as well as linocuts and relief prints.

I like to try out new techniques and materials, so check my blog to see what I'm currently up to. My love of the outdoors means that landscape and nature are themes I return to again and again. I'm also continuing to expand my knowledge of art history and gain greater insight into the work of artists of the past.


Scottish Society of Artists

Peter Barr Photos

Visual Arts Scotland

News: Exhibition in Inverewe Starts 18th September 2019

My display in Inverewe has a monochrome theme. There are many days when the clouds are down and the colours are muted, especially in winter. I think using charcoal and ink helps me to portray the feel of the landscape in a more expressive way. The work is inspired by my favourite sketching places - Loch Torridon, Loch Kishorn and the Applecross hills, and, of course, the h...


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