Nikki Monaghan Solo Show

Available paintings by Nikki Monaghan. Please click on any thumbnail for more images and full information.

Princes Street and the Balmoral by Nikki Monaghan (Sold)

Braemar, Winter Light by Nikki Monaghan

Edinburgh Castle and the Gardens by Nikki Monaghan (Sold)

Cairngorm Cottage by Nikki Monaghan

Scotland Street Glows by Nikki Monaghan

Twilight, Crail (Sold)

Luss, Loch Lomond, Full Moon by Nikki Monaghan

Ramsay Gardens, Springtime, Edinburgh by Nikki Monaghan

Storm, Pittenweem Harbour

Loch Achtriochtan, Blue Reflection by Nikki Monaghan (Sold)

Stags and Full Moon, Highland Loch by Nikki Monaghan

Dunvegan, Sunset Reflections (Isle of Skye) by Nikki Monaghan

Autumn Night Reflections by Nikki Monaghan

Culross and the Forth by Nikki Monaghan

Sunset, Isle of Skye

Tarskavaig, Isle of Skye

Black Cuillins and Carbost, Night Sparkle

Auld Toon, Victoria Street (Sold)

West End, Auld Reekie

Tarskavaig in Blue, Skye

A Highland Sunset by Nikki Monaghan

Morning Frost, Argyll

Ben Nevis and Fort William

Edinburgh, Night Landscape

Autumn Moon, The Royal Mile (Sold)

A Little Street in Pittenweem by Nikki Monaghan

Loch an Eilean, Reflections

The Castle and the Gardens

Nikki Monaghan

Nikki Monaghan is an artist and designer based in Falkirk, Scotland. She studied at the Scottish College of Textiles and has worked as an interior stylist, designer and artist, also spending time involved with community arts.

Her subject matter ranges from narrative landscapes and seascapes to quirky birds and figures.

Nikki says: "I love colour and my paintings evolve by layering up acrylics and oil pastels, creating textures within my paintings. Working from memory allows my work to take on a stylized abstract feel. I am influenced by many thingsā€¦the weather, the Scottish landscape, how I feel when I wake up in the morning, anything that sticks in my head! There are no set rules. My work varies in size ranging from small paintings concentrating on a particular subject to larger canvases where scenes evolve."