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Prints are mounted using Daler Mountboard with a protective backing of greyboard.  The 3 colours shown above are fairly neutral to match most decors, but I do have other colours available.  Please contact me to discuss your requirements.

- Ben Loyal from Kyle of Tongue Shoreline -

Painting No. 143

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(NC500) - Walk about ¼ mile southwards along the shore from the Tongue end of the Kyle of Tongue causeway to see this view.

A late February afternoon, and Ben Loyal (2504ft/765m) looked distant and almost Alpine in its snowy mantle, reflected in the wet sand of the Kyle as the tide eased out.  Strangely, the blanketing snow made the shape of the hill clearer by obscuring the detail, and the reflection was at times mirror-like in a thin layer of salt water.  Artists often use mirrors to see an inverted view of their work, because this aspect can reveal deficiencies in structure or composition that they might fail to see through over-familiarity.  Similarly, there is a danger in getting too absorbed in the details of a scene before the main shapes and composition are established.  Likewise, it is all too easy to become over-familiar with the routine of our lives, or too caught up in the day to day clutter, and it can be worthwhile stepping back at times to look at our situation with fresh eyes and to evaluate if we are still on course with the things we feel are most important.

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