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Magi Sinclair is a landscape artist based in Caithness who has an affinity for wild places in the north of Scotland, typified by the vast low landscapes and huge skies.


Her particular interest lies in closely observing the small details in this landscape - things often overlooked - patterns, textures and the intrigue of the plants and wildlife that cling on and thrive in such isolated places.


'Flow Mist Rising'

Magi's Carbon and Peat Ash drawing 'Flow Mist Rising' (above) was selected for the inaugural Scottish Landscape Awards exhibition and won the award for Evironmental Art. The prize giving event was held at the City Art Centre Edinburgh on Friday 3rd November and the exhibition runs there until 3rd March 2024.

Presented by the Scottish Arts Trust, The Scottish Landscape Awards are open to anyone over 16 years born, living or studying in Scotland, and for works in any media.

Magi is presented with the The Scottish Landscape Award for Environmental Art by Sarah McBean (left) and Barbara Rae (middle). Photograph by Greg Mcvean.


Magi is represented by Browns Gallery, Inverness. A selection of her current work can be seen at:

Browns Gallery, 81a Castle Street,
Inverness IV2 3EA

‘Cottongrass in Bloom’


This carbon drawing was accepted by the RSA's 197th Annual Exhibition and was on show in the galleries at the Royal Scottish Academy, Princes Street, Edinburgh from 6th May until 11th June 2023.

magi sinclair RSA.jpg

‘The Last Wilderness of the North’


Carbon drawing shortlisted for the prestigious annual Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2022. As part of the exhibition of shortlisted work, Magi's drawing was on show at Trinity Buoy Wharf - a centre for arts and cultural activities located on the River Thames in London. It was then included in the touring exhibition which ran from 10 February to Sunday 26 March 2023, visiting other venues across the UK.

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