The Ness Deli is proud to display some of the Highlands finest artwork and photography on its wall, most of which is available for sale at the counter. From technicolour coos to ancient castles, we’re sure we’ll have something that will catch your eye (besides the food!).
Below you can find short summaries for each of our artists, with links to their respective websites.
Owner of Highland Celtic Art, Marjory Tait works from a small crofthouse on the hill just above Drumnadrochit. Her exquisite pencil sketches combine local flora and fauna with Celtic imagery, with a contemporary spin to most of her designs.
Marjory is available for commissions, and also runs Celtic art workshops and introductory art classes for up to four people at her studio.
To find out more about Highland Celtic Art (or to order from the online shop), visit: https://www.highlandcelticart.co.uk/
Moving to the Highlands from the Lake District at the age of 17, Keith Wood has been familiar with stunning natural scenery his entire life. Now based just above Loch Ness, Keith has been able to photograph some of the most beloved locations in the Highlands, including Skye, Torridon, Assynt and Glen Affric.
Keith also runs photography workshops for up to three people, including transport to some of the Highlands’ best kept secrets.
To find out more about Keith Wood or to order from his store online, visit: https://www.keithwoodphotography.co.uk/
Starting painting in only 2012, Steven Brown has become a national name for his incredible use of colour, abstract technique, and Scottish subject matter. He is most famous for his McCoo series, a set of rainbow-coloured Highland coos one of which we have on display in the café.
Now living in Irvine with his wife and children, Brown’s work directly supports Scottish charities changing year-on-year; this year, its the National Animal Welfare Trust
To find out more about Steven Brown and to order from his shop, visit: https://www.stevenbrownart.co.uk/
A resident of Drumnadrochit, Brian rose to UK-wide fame when his photo of a squirrel sniffing a daffodil won BBC Countryfile’s 2020 Scent of Spring Competition.
Formerly a pharmacy assistant in Tyneside, Brian now lives out his retirement as an amateur photographer of wildlife in the Drumnadrochit area.