Project Description

Vivienne Pooley PLAS

Spring in Lofoten, Norway

24 x 20 oil

View of the Cuillins from Tarskavaig, Isle of Skye

View of the Cuillins from Tarskavaig, Isle of Skye

19.5 x 22.5 watercolour

Above Chamonix

20 x 24 oil

Mount Maudit from Chamonix

20 x 24 oil


Sunshine in Upper Eskale

30 x 36 oil


Scarfell Pike from Eskdale

32 x 28 oil


Up Above Blea Tarn

20 x 24 oil

Reine Fjord (Lofoten Islands, Arctic, Norway)

24 x 35.5 oil

Nuptse from Gorak Shep, Nepal

34 x 35.5 oil

Mont Blanc and Bosson Glacier, Chamonix

20 x 24 oil

Matterhorn from Gornergrat

24 x 20 oil

Painting Enquiry

Vivienne grew up in the Lake District where she acquired her deep love of mountains and wild places.

She developed the artistic skill to portray this in paint. Encouraged by her family and local artists, she began exhibiting with the Lake Artists Society. In 1971 Vivienne gained a degree in Manchester, after which she settled in Lancashire, then Cheshire to have her family.

During this time, she exhibited her paintings with the North Wales Watercolour Society and the Institute of Watercolour Painters at the Mall Gallery in London, and selling her paintings in Scotland, Cumbria, Yorkshire and in Cheshire with Sarah Samuels.

Vivienne moved back to her beloved Lake District in 2000, where she has established herself as one of the nation`s finest mountain painters. She now works in oils as well as watercolour and has visited and trekked in the Swiss and French Alps, Austria, Norway and in the Himalaya up to Everest Base Camp in order to collect new exciting mountain experience and wonderful images to paint.

The Lake Artists Society welcomed Vivienne back into the fold and she not only exhibits with them twice yearly, but has recently become their President.