‘Mists clearing Beinn Toaig’

63  'Mists clearing Beinn Toaig', Acrylic & Pastel, 2007, 47

'Mists clearing Beinn Toaig'

‘Mists clearing Beinn Toaig’, Acrylic & Pastel, 2007, 47 x 47cm

Beinn Toaig is a fine hill that rises above Loch Tulla and is backed by its higher neighbour Stob a’ Coire Odhair. It makes a fine route to climb these two hills together, starting from near Victoria Bridge and following the West Highland Way for a couple of kilometres before heading off across the moor to gain the broad stony ridge to Beinn Toaig. From the top is a fine view all around and it’s only a relatively short haul up to the summit of Stob a’ Coire Odhair. You get a great view of these hills though from the main A82 as it climbs up onto Rannoch Moor and this painting was based on this view one late autumn day with the first snow lying on the higher slopes and heavy clouds breaking all around.

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