Landscapes

Wild and remote places in different parts of the world, including Chukotka in the Russian Far East, Mumbo Island in Lake Malawi National Park and, more recently, Nepal and Bhutan – have been a continual source of inspiration.  However, the Finnish skerries, in particular, have held a lasting impact – requiring at least an annual visit.

Sandvik Harun, Finland (watercolour) 25 x 18cm – 2005
Boats in Hanko harbour (mixed media) 25 x 19cm – 1989
Söderskär, Finland (pen & wash) 30 x 20cm - 2009
My favourite refuge in the Finnish archipelago (watercolour) 24 x 17cm – 2009
Port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka, Russian Far East (watercolour) 26 x 20cm – 2009
Karajinsky island, Kamchatka, Russian Far East (watercolour/pastel) 29 x 19cm – 2012
Peschayna Bay, Medney Island, Commander Islands, Russian Far East (watercolour) 30 x 20cm – 2012
Northern Fulmar heaven, Ekarna, Kuril Islands, Russian Far East (pen & wash) 25 x 18cm - 2012
Chalets on Mumbo Island, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi (pen & wash) 20 x 30cm - 2002
Rocks at Mumbo Island, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi (pen & wash) 20 x 30cm – 2002
Driving along the track to Huvsgul, Mongolia (pen & wash) 10 x 15cm - 1999
WC with a view: Daramsala Camp en route to Manaslu, Nepal (pen & wash) 15 x 20 cm – 2018
Snowy Himalayan peaks beyond a courtyard in Samdo village, Nepal (pen & wash) 20 x 15cm – 2018
Stone house in Samdo village, Nepal - near the Tibetan border (pen & wash) 20 x 15cm - 2018
An autumn day on Kokars Oren (mixed media) 16 x 23 cm – 1989
The old pine tree, Loparo, Sipoo (pen + wash) 29 x 19 cm – 2014
Hastvikshus interior – fishing hut on Sandvik Harun, Jurmo (pen + wash) 17 x 17 cm – 1996
Gull resting on Haru Gubben, Sandvik Harun (pen + wash) 29 x 19 cm – 2010
Tigil Lagoon, Chukotka, Russian Far East (watercolour) 30 x 20 cm – 2012
3 sisters enjoy the sunshine, Sandvik Harun, Jurmo (watercolour) 29 x 29 cm – 2010
© Alison Wiklund