'Setting Out from Buckie'
The Buckie Lifeboat makes its way out of Buckie harbour towards rough seas in the Moray Firth. The heavy seas are breaking over the harbour walls and almost engulfing the late-nineteenth century lighthouse. The lifeboat is the RNLB William Blannin. She is the ninth lifeboat to have served at Buckie through 150 years of the station's establishment and is still manned by volunteers. I hope this painting pays tribute to them.
Prints are available in three sizes:
Small: Image 24 x 15cm, £17 unmounted or £20 mounted to fit a 14 x 11" off-the-shelf frame.
Large: Image 37 x 25 cm, £24 unmounted or £30 mounted to fit a 20 x 16" frame.
Very large: Image approx 53 x 35 cm - unmounted only, at £30.