Jolomo 2021 Appointment Calendar

Jolomo 2021 Appointment Calendar

format: calendar   |   ref: APP21   |   released: September 2020   |   weight: .175kg   |   condition: new

7.49 USA & Rest Of World

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The 2021 Jolomo Appointment Calendar is beautifully printed and highly functional.

Featuring 12 stunning paintings from Jolomo's recent work.

A proportion of the proceeds from the sale of this calendar is donated by the artist Jolomo (John Lowrie Morrison OBE) to the Carers Trust.

Mailing envelope enclosed.

Size (unopen): 29 x 14 cm.

Cover picture - Top - Wild flowers, South Uist
Bottom - Summerlight Benbecula looking to South Uist.

January - Beach path The Long Island Storm passing
February - Dawnlight over Kintyre from Gigha
March - Early morninglight at Earsary, Isle Of Barra
April - Springlight Glen Clova Angus
May - Blossoms at Achnacloich, Isle Of Skye
June - Wild garden Lochdon, Isle Of Mull
July - Wild flowers, South Uist
August - Eveninglight beach path, Isle Of Tiree
September - Summerlight Benbecula looking to South Uist
October - Autumnlight Iona looking to Ben More
November - Wet morninglight Gerinish South Uist
December - A Winter Sunset Westport Kintyre

"For me as a photographer and publisher what matters most is capturing the feeling of the subject, this John does, turning into the emotion of the landscape, in particular the landscape of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. John's paintings have all the passion and feeling exuding out of them that capture that moment in time of special quality of light. It's a real celebration of colour. Colour not for the faint hearted, it explodes off the canvas daring to ignite and touch your soul and sense." Martin Guppy, Photographer & Publisher.

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