Lisa Poulsen creates simplistic landscape art using photographs of Caithness stone. Her work is available as open and limited edition prints, and greeting cards all of which can be viewed online or at a stockist listed on Lisa's website.
"I take inspiration from a 400 million year old journey cast in stone. Growing up in Caithness, I was surrounded by the county’s flagstone, it’s heritage, and the vast natural landscape composed during it’s formation. I see sky, sea and land in the stone’s colours, textures and gradients. Through digital processes, I create landscapes using photographs of Caithness stone captured from various sites including harbours, beaches, paving slabs and ancient standing stones. Through my work I aim to encourage a deeper connection and appreciation between people and land.”
Armed with perfectionist tendencies and a passion for Caithness, business owner and designer - Lisa Poulsen, is relishing her surrounding natural beauty from its captivating coastlines to its cultural charm. These elements inspire her digital illustrations which then become professionally printed wall art, cushions and greeting cards. Using luxurious materials she aims to create exclusively designed items to be proud of.
Our Fine County design features the official Caithness tartan alongside lyrics from the well known song 'Come Over The Ord' by Donald Sutherland. You will also find local Caithness dialect featured in our very popular 'Kaitness Hoosie' range which incorporates the heartwarming poem 'Div Ye Mind?' by John Horne.”