Artisans

Coll Digital Photography

Tony Oliver has been a professional photographer since the 1980s, specialising in nature and travel.

He offers high quality mounted acrylic prints, an example can be seen in the Coll Hotel's restaurant (Dolphin print).

Please view more at: Coll Digital Acrylic Prints

By-the-way, all the photos on this website have been taken by Tony of Coll Digital


Allan McKechnie, photographer

A visit to the Coll Photographics Gallery is a must do activity when visiting Coll. You will find a superb selection of Landscapes, Seascapes and Macro photography of the island and its wildlife.

Mounting and matting is achieved using archival materials and every framed print is limited.

A fine variety of photographs are always on display.

Please view more at: isleofcollphotographics.com

Allan McKechnie, photographer

A visit to the Coll Photographics Gallery is a must do activity when visiting Coll. You will find a superb selection of Landscapes, Seascapes and Macro photography of the island and its wildlife.

Mounting and matting is achieved using archival materials and every framed print is limited.

A fine variety of photographs are always on display.

Please view more at: isleofcollphotographics.com


Kip Poulson, Artist

Kip Poulson, a professional painter since leaving university in 1978, produces images of the play of light on water, fishing boats and architecture. Kip works in the Hebrides, South of France, Switzerland, Cornwall & Scotland, where he exhibits regularly each year. Original paintings, particularly of Coll's stunning scenery, are on display in a permanent exhibition at The Lighthouse Gallery in Aringour.

Please view more at: kippoulson.com

Kip Poulson, Artist

Kip Poulson, a professional painter since leaving university in 1978, produces images of the play of light on water, fishing boats and architecture. Kip works in the Hebrides, South of France, Switzerland, Cornwall & Scotland, where he exhibits regularly each year. Original paintings, particularly of Coll's stunning scenery, are on display in a permanent exhibition at The Lighthouse Gallery in Aringour.

Please view more at: kippoulson.com