The Shrine. 2015 Categories building, Scotland, landscapes, Scotland Post date October 1, 2015 Comments 9 Comments 45x60cm. Acrylic on paper. L’église de St Conan en Écosse. Construite par un fils pour sa mère, qui trouvait le chemin vers l’église la plus proche beaucoup trop long. St Conan’s Kirk is a beautiful little church in Scotland. Built by a son for his mother, who found the journey to the closest church too far on foot. WordPress:I like loading... Tags acrylic acrylic painting acrylic Argyll Art church Scotland Robert the Bruce Scotland Shrine St Conan's Kirk stone buildings Previous Post Les Pièges à Rayons. The 6th Continent 5/365. 2015 10x15cm. Acrylic on paper. What if we could turn mountains into solar power plants. What ... Next Post July in Saint Valery. 2015 29x39cm. Acrylic on paper. July, a sunny street in Saint Valery, the tourists are returning to their ... A lovely painting. It has the quality of stained glass that you might find in that church. loading... Login to reply I haven't thought of that, but you're right ! Thank you for your very nice comment Otto. It's a very special place and I'm glad I painted it. loading... Login to reply This is so beautiful! Love the rock work. 🙂 loading... Login to reply Thank you. I felt something special while painting it. loading... Login to reply beautiful work loading... Login to reply Thank you Julioc 🙂 loading... Login to reply What a beautiful church painting. loading... Login to reply Beautiful. loading... Login to reply Thank you Ed, it is a beautiful place to visit 🙂 loading... Login to reply You must be logged in to leave a comment.