Douglas Roulston is inspired by Scottish highland myths and legends, and portrays them using oils, acrylics and charcoal, capturing the intensity and majesty of the landscape. This is achieved by highlighting, over exaggerating rock faces and creating piercing light rays through breaking clouds, and focusing on the tranquility of distant springs and lochs. Mankind or human creations rarely feature in his work as it is the awe of nature, and the spirit of the sublime that he loves to explore.

Sunset Over Elgol Bay
Slioch From The River Grudie Torridon
Winters Falling, Loch Ness