Marion Boddy-Evans, Isle of Skye Art Studio
To get in touch, use my contact form or email me on art(at)marion(dot)scot.

About the Artist: Marion Boddy-Evans

Known for her vibrant colours, atmospheric layers, energetic mark making, and especially her rainy-day sheep. Marion’s paintings, as well as her wirework, are collected all over the world. Read more…

Available Paintings

For all available paintings, go to this page


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Commission a Painting

I enjoy the challenge of commissions and am happy to discuss possibilities, whether you’ve seen a painting you like but it’s no longer available, you’re after a particular size or dominant colour, want an amalgamation of favourite elements from different paintings of mine, wish for a painting featuring your house/location, etc. Another alternative is to have first option on my next painting in a particular series. I also do commissions for wirework and my wearable art.

Prices of commissioned paintings are similar to my other paintings; a non-refundable deposit of up to 40% may be required. How long it takes depends on what else I’m doing and the size of the painting, but usually between a fortnight and eight weeks.

Email me, or or we can arrange to meet for a discussion if you’re on-island.


Artist Marion Boddy-Evans Isle of Skye

To get in touch, email me on art(at)marion(dot)scot, message me on social media, or use the form below.

Monthly Painting Projects

At the beginning of every month on my blog I post the instructions for the month’s painting project. Everyone is invited to join in, whatever medium you work in and wherever you are on your painting journey. At the end of the month, I post a photo gallery of paintings submitted, and I encourage you to share yours too. Participation in this is free.

There is also the option to become a Project Subscriber (via Patreon) which is a monthly subscription that gives you to exclusive extra content such as step-by-step demos and videos, plus a critique of your project painting.

MONTHLY WORD PROMPT CHARTS — you’ll find these here.

June 2020: Bluebells

May's painting project: Blocks of AbstractionMay 2020: Blocks of Abstraction

April 2020: Found Poetry and Visual Poems

Red fishing boat and kreel netsMarch 2020: The Red Boat

Trees in Uig woodland, Isle of SkyeFebruary 2020: Woodland Pond

January 2020: Iona Shore

painting demo Talisker BayJanuary 2019: Talisker Bay

drawing ram horns in inkFebruary 2019: Ram

March 2019: Passing Place

Drawing paint tubesApril 2019: Paint Tube

Painting Project Gorse and TreeMay 2019: Tree with Gorse

Seaweed covered rocky shore painting project inspiration photoJune 2019: Seaweed Rock Shore

Beach Huts at Findhorn Beach

July 2019: Beach Huts at Findhorn Beach

Stand of very tall pine trees for painting projectAugust 2019: Tall Trees

Portree Harbour, Isle of SkyeSeptember 2019: Portree Harbour

Camus Mor on the Isle of SkyeOctober 2019: Camus Mor Rocks

Ruined Croft House on Skye with corrugated iron roofNovember 2019: Derelict Croft House

Highland Cow painting project referenceDecember 2019: Highland Cow