Welcome to the official website of the Scottish artist Gordon Davidson

Gordon studied at the Glasgow School of Art. Over the past ten years his work has become well known around the world. His paintings now hang on four continents in corporate head quarters, embassies, private and Royal collections. He has won awards and regularly has offers and commissions from all over the world. He has painted in the Andes, the Atlas and the Himalayas. He's painted the Gobi desert and the Sahara, the Chitwan jungle and the Amazon. As an artist Gordon often sets himself projects the results of which can be viewed in the galleries on this website. We have galleries of  "Blue Mountains",  "Around the world in 80 paintings".... go and see!

Please use the contact page to get in touch





A message from Gordon;

"Last year some bright spark decided to hack this website...thanks a lot ...its taken new information away from my site and has cost me I hope youre pleased with your work.I have been back in Nepal in February 2019 and again from September-October-November 2019.The second visit was brilliant and I got a lot of work done with the HCCH Mustang home in Pokhara...during the year they got a beautiful new home..I worked again with Suraj and the staff of the HBS ...our early morning art clyb went well...and a new adventure with the Fab-Gate college in Pokhara. Bibek and Pratima were such good people to work with.I got to see Yam, who has now complete his hotel training. Tenzing is now teaching art in his villege to the children in the primary school.Nirjala, Sangeeta and Ngawang have now started in the Srijana Art School in Kathmandu...and to say I am proud would be an understatement.I have put up new photos in the Outlook-world art project in my gallery...I hope you like them."...Gordon

Since the start of our lockdown period Gordon has been staying at home on the Isle of Arran... all sources of income have stopped and he is not getting any money from any government source. So the only way he can make money at the moment is by selling on this website. Here are the latest paintings from his last trip to Nepal.

If you are interested please get in touch. If you do not get a reply from the contact page please contact a back up email at  Please note that every email will be checked before being sent on to attachment will be opened or sent on. Gordon has many paintings for ones from Arran, and others from his travels.



1..SUNRISE ON FISHTAIL MOUNTAIN..60 x 60cms, acrylic on canvas..£400......     2... ANNAPURNA MORNING..60 x 60cms, acrylic on canvas, £400


3.. GHANDRUK VILLAGE .. 30 x 30 cms acrylic on canvas £225..... 4 RED TEMPLE, KAGBENI .. 20 x 20 cms acrylic on board.. £120


5..SUNSET FROM TELKOT, 30 X 30 CMS, acrylic on canvas, £180....6..SUNSET OVER LAKE FEWA. 30 X 30 cms , acrylic on canvas. £200

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7..AUTUMN GLEN SANNOX, 30 x 30 cms, acrylic on canvas £220..   8 AQUA POOL GLEN ROSA, 30 x 30 cms, arylic on canvas £220


9. HOLY ISLE 30 X 30 CMS acrylic on canvas £180... 10.. WILD FLOWERS AND PLADDA, 30 x 30 cms, acrylic on canvas £220



In Kathmandu, on the 1st. November 2018 Gordon launched the Outlook - world art project

The Outlook world art project takes art to poor and disadvantaged communities across the world. Gordon has worked with villages in Thailand, Peru and, for the past ten years, Nepal. His work has taken him to work with other organisations like Plan International, UNICEF and Kalaa Jyoti. On his last two trips he has been working with children from the Tibetan community from the remote Upper Mustang region of Nepal...with the Himalaya Boarding school in Budhanilkantha, in the Kathmandu Valley and with the students from FAB-GATE COLLEGE in Pokhara. and students from the Sirjhana Art School in Kathmandu. Normally he works with existing organisations, however he is also promoting the work of a young student in the traditional Thangka painting art school in Kathmandu who is producing artwork far beyond his years. He has also continued to produce mural work with students. He started to do murals on the wall of the Bishwonath Hotel in Kathmandu with Kalaa Jyoti in 2016.. Outlook has continued with this good work. Other hotels, and one travel agent, have now got murals painted by Gordon and youngsters from the Outlook project.



top left; Nirjala, Sangeeta and Ngawang in front of the mural in Bishwonath Hotel      top right; Gordon and Rajesh Hamal


left...the new home in Pokhara for the HCCH... right; The paper shop in Kathmandu.




Some of the old team....  On recent trips Gordon has met up with, and worked with, youngsters from his first trip to Nepal in 2012.


right ; Saroj ..left Dawa


left; Tenzing ...right ; Yam






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Gordon's family home on the Isle of Arran is available for self catering holidays. Set in an elevated position above the coastal village of Corrie.

For more information... see here