Tigh a’ Bhealaich


Prints using pigment inks on Archival 280gsm Soft white cotton. Giclée print

In an off white mount with a backboard, or framed in a wooden frame with a warm silver finish.


The morning light glitters on Tayvallich bay.

The name Tayvallich comes from the Gaelic Tigh a’ Bhealaich. Translated, it means house on the gap.

This view of the village shows the road between Carsaig (on the Sound of Jura) and Tayvallich bay( on Loch Sween).

Additional information


small mounted print 31cm x 26cm, medium mounted print 41cm x 33cm, large mounted print 51cmx41cm, framed original painting 58cm x 49cm, framed original painting 66cm x 56cm, unframed original painting 47cm x 35cm, framed medium print 45cm x 37cm, framed large print 55cm x 45cm


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