Anne Keith


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BENNACHIE ABERDEENSHIRE 80cm x 60cm Giclee Print on Archival Canvas Hand Drawn in Adobe Illustrator

GRASS - CAIRNTON to ABOYNE 80cm x60cm Giclee Print Hand Drawn in Adobe Illustrator

DUCK EIGG2 SLATE and STONE 150cm X 40cm Giclee Print Hand Drawn in Adobe illustrator

ORD DAM ABERDEENSHIRE 1189mm x 841mm Giclee Print Hand Dran in Adobe Illustrator

HARPERIGG 1189mm X 841m Giclee Print Hand Drawn in Adobe Illustrator

SOLITUDE 3 120cm X 60cm Giclee Print Hand Drawn in Adobe Illustrator


Landscape and skies mesmerise me
Colour is of the utmost importance in my work. I spend a considerable time mixing colour. To me colour conveys the mood and emotion of a painting – to me it is the soul of a painting.
Observing the Scottish landscape – it is often colour that compels me to reproduce the image.

It has been said that digital art and digital painting is the medium of the future. In many online forums digital art and painting runs parallel to using canvas, brush and paint. In the words of another digital artist “Nothing will replace the flow of water and pigment across a canvas or the texture of oil paint after it dries. It takes time to learn the tricks in order to be a successful artist. Just as much as it takes time to be proficient in digital painting”.


I always thought that art would be my chosen career path. However, my career took an IT route and I became Computer Support Manager at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service for Aberdeen, Orkney and Shetland. Little did I know then that it would be technology and my computing knowledge and skills that would eventually bring me back to art and drawing and painting that I loved.