Welcome

Welcome to Scottish Birds Expressive paintings - GP Art by contemporary artist Gabi Paterson.

Please, browse the paintings on this site and if you would like to purchase a painting contact Gabi at: jjpaterson [at] online.de or gabip_p [at] icloud.com

Scotland is a fascinating country and a wonderful place for studying nature. Walking along the shores of Fife, you can enjoy the beach life and observe many seabirds in their natural habitats, like various kinds of gulls, cormorants, oystercatchers, gannets (around Bass Rock), puffins (on and around the Isle of May) and many more.

The Scottish countryside also offers a wide variety of birds, like eagles, pheasants, various kinds of grouse and many other species. I find observing them is a very special and heart warming experience.

Scottish Birds Expressive Paintings - GP Art sells paintings illustrating these birds'  behaviour and their social interactions. My colourful, sometimes semi-abstract paintings will bring their lives closer to you and into your home.

These vibrant paintings are mainly painted in acrylics. Rich in colours and shapes, sometimes with an added pinch of humour,

Some of the paintings are also available as art greeting cards for various occasions and coasters.

Coasters:

series 1: Scottish birds, 8 motifs, completed.

series 2: Scottish mammals, 2 motifs, in planning, ...

Lovely presents:    Creations of seaglass and sea pottery  from the beaches of Fife .....  sea-cycled  !

Find the newest card printed from a sea pottery collage with an elephant among the images!

Have a look and enjoy, like previous customers in Scotland, Australia, Canada and Germany. - Worldwide shipping available!

 

Please, visit me in my studio. You are very welcome to have a look at all the paintings in their frames.

Commission work welcome!

Bring GP Art into your home!

Collages made of sea pottery and/or  seaglass can be especially designed for you. Unique pieces. If you like to they can even be framed. A very special gift for a loved one or yourself...

New: sea-cycled jewellery. Examples on this page