Stretching for almost 10,000 miles (including numerous islands), the coastline of Scotland is one of the most varied in the world, from beautiful sandy beaches and flower-laden machair to dramatic cliffs and sea stacks.
In this book Eilidh Muldoon has drawn 23 views celebrating the huge diversity of Scotland's coasts, featuring dramatic landscapes and seascapes, picturesque fishing villages and imposing castles, not forgetting the animals that make the coast their home.
The Waverley paddle-steamer (Firth of Clyde); St Abbs (Berwickshire); Ailsa Craig and Culzean Castle (Firth of Clyde); Robin Rigg Offshore Wind Farm (Dumfries and Galloway); Portsoy, Spey Bay, Lossiemouth (Moray coast); Corryvrechan Whirlpool (Argyll and Bute); Portree (Skye) (Portree); Castlebay (Barra); John O'Groats (Caithness); St Kilda; North Ronaldsay Lighthouse and The Old Man of Hoy (Orkney); Shetland (cliffs, puffins, tombolo) and many more.
Eilidh Muldoon studied Art History and gained an MFA in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art in June 2013, where she is currently Illustrator in Residence. She is also a free-lance artist and illustrator whose work has appeared in prints, greetings cards and giftware.More about Eilidh Muldoon