Full-colour A4 (210 x 297 mm or 8.3 x 11.7 inch) softcover book, 32 pages, staple-bound.
Edinburgh-based Illustrator Sara Julia Campbell painted a series of Scottish landscapes in a modern, digital style. Lockdown has limited real-life travel, so she visited her favourite places through her art – and discovered some she has yet to see. Featured: North Bridge, Arran Coastal Way, Kilchurn Castle, Edinburgh Castle, Dean Village, Forth Bridge, The Kelpies, Princes Square, Gylen Castle, Bow Fiddle Rock, University of Glasgow Cloisters, The Quiraing, St Andrews Cathedral, Arthur’s Seat, Old Man of Hoy, and a Highland cow.
Sara Julia Campbell is a Freelance Illustrator and narrative artist based in Edinburgh.
Sara creates artwork out of her home studio and has been working professionally since 2015. In that time, she has worked on a great number of projects – big and small – for a variety of clients in several different countries. She has a background in oil and acrylic painting but now creates her pieces digitally with her WACOM Cintiq tablet. Her recent focus has been on local landscapes and inspired by Scotland. Sara is also an alumna from the Edinburgh College of Art Illustration course, graduating in 2016. You can see more of her work on saraljart.com