Tim Wootton has been watching and drawing birds...
Tim Wootton has been watching and drawing birds since childhood. He now lives in the Orkney Islands.
This book explains in detail how to go about drawing and painting birds.
By understanding their anatomy and recognizing their type, the artist can learn a shorthand way to capture movement and attitude. With technique and colour mastered, style develops and a special scene can be captured uniquely forever.
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This book presents the first comprehensive survey of the work of Sylvia Wishart.
Margaret Tait (1918-1999) was a pioneering filmaker for whom words and images...
This book traces and celebrates the art of a man whose interests were...
The first full survey of literary writing from and about the Orkney Islands.
Songs and their stories from The Big Orkney Song Project compiled by Dr Sarah...
Reproducing the known work of Robert Williamson.
Poetry by Morag MacInnes with illustrations by Diana Leslie.
Stitches, techniques and projects for lighter than air shawls and more. By...
Shetland Music with chord symbols.
A second volume of tunes by Gideon Stove.
Shetland music with chord symbols.
Orkney Photographs by Gunnie Moberg.
Tim Dean and Anne Bignall have devoted the last five years to compiling this...
Islanders and a changing enviroment.
A celebration of the islands around Britain.
The sheep, their wool and their island.
Telling the story of one WW1 family through vintage knitting and crochet.
27 Mini shawls to knit.
An old Orcadian Folk Tale.
Magical Shetland Lace Shawls to Knit.
KINITTING FROM THE NORTH Hilary Grant lives in Orkney – islands at the very...