Alistair's travel journals are studded with sketches of nomads and their way of life, but it wasn't until a few year ago that he started painting and drawing the sea and sky. It may be a certain light that inspires a work, or cloud shape, or the sea's mood, or a twilight spectacle, but these works often have a sense of the mediative and the creative process is anchored in the sea's immense horizons. Alistair sketched his way through the Loire Valley as a young student, had an art studio in Ulaanbaatar, subsequently declined a place at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts and, along the way, has taken guidance from a number of professional artists.
Alistair is currently working on a new series of works depicting the Arctic wilderness.
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Charcoal Works on Paper
Winter Light VI 41cm x 58cm