Mick Livingstone

Mick is a landscape artist mainly working in oils but occasionally using acrylics & watercolour. He paints land, tree, and seascapes including nature reserves, particularly Tentsmuir Forest. The play of light has long influenced his work and is a huge motivation for his painting. He is currently working on seascapes.

Woodbine House, 11-13, King Street, Newport on Tay, Fife, DD6 8BN
Telephone: 07913 109 942
Email: micklivingstoneartist [at] gmail.com
Other Opening Times: By appointment all year round.
Directions: From the Tay Road Bridge take the exit for Newport. Turn left into Newport (B946) along Tay Street with the river on your right, take the fourth turning on your left into Robert Street and the 2nd turning on your right into King Street. The studio is signposted through the double wrought iron gates.
Access: Parking is available on King Street, Robert Street or Queen Street. Limited wheelchair access.
Points of Interest: We have a large garden where you can wander or sit and enjoy a complimentary cold drink in the peace and quiet. Children can run around the garden and search for a snake pit, fairy house, and other quirky objects. There are cafes, a bistro and an award-winning restaurant in the village.
Sunlight dying and casting a golden glow, seen through bare winter tree trunks
Looking out across wintry waves to the horizon on St Andrews beach
Looking out from under a leafy tree through a patchwork of leaves on a sunny day
Sunlight shining through crashing waves as they roll, in a froth, to the shore
Catching the bright aquamarine hue of waves breaking onto the shoreline
Looking at the play of light through the straight lines of fir tree trunks creating a pattern like a carbon bar code.
Bright orange autumnal light of beech trees in the sunlight