Cindie Reiter

The view from my studio

My studio is on the shores of beautiful Loch Carron, one of the first stops heading West on the North Coast 500 Route

Now that the latest lockdown in Scotland has been eased, for the time being at least, I’m very excited to announce that I have a solo exhibition at the absolutely stunning new Gairloch Heritage Museum in May and June this year. The exhibition is called Flora Gadelica or Lusan nan Gaidheal in Gaelic. It focuses on the native plants of the North West Highlands of Scotland and includes 10 botanical watercolours, 3 “plantscapes” and 4 plant portraits. I did a lot of researching, took photos and made loads of sketches. I’ll be writing about the plants in more depth over the next couple of weeks, here on my blog and sharing some of the sketches, notes and stories that I’ve collected during the project

I managed to complete 17 paintings for the Gairloch exhibition of which there is a selection below

I’m also holding an exhibition with my friends Aileen Grant and Steven Proudfoot at the gorgeous wee gallery at An Talla Dearg at Eilean Iarmain on Skye this June. This exhibition alson has a selection of botanicals, landscapes and “plantscapes”.

I’ll be selling some artwork again, later this year at Singulart and some smaller work, shelfies, sketches and studies at my Etsy shop, but I’m taking a short break for now to concentrate on exhibition work.

For more information on how to buy my art online or for workshops, private lessons, exhibitions or to sign up for a regular email update please contact me here

Or why not connect via social media

Instagram   Facebook   Twitter   Pinterest

Buy my work

Me at Singulart and Etsy

and at

Imagekind and Fine Art America 

To find out more about what to see and do or where to stay in Lochcarron click here for some suggestions and some (hopefully) useful links

Cindie Reiter Artist, Ceol na Mara, Main Street, Lochcarron, IV54 8YD

Recent Posts

Plantscapes

After all the hard work of the last few months I can’t believe that there are just four days left of the exhibition at Eilean Iarmain and a week left at Gairloch Museum. I’ve had a lot of interest in Flora Gadelica and have decided to have some prints made of my images. I plan … Continue reading Plantscapes

More Posts