Seana Doherty is originally from Ireland but moved to Scotland in her teens. Opting to go to law school rather than art school she is now a practicing prosecution lawyer. She has never stopped painting and learning and developing her own style. Her paintings are all about colour and the play of light and she is influenced mainly by Monet and the Scottish Colourists. She has built up a reputation for executing a diverse range of truly personal commission from dogs, a Georgian door, wedding scenes and French villages in her own unique style. A particular speciality is family/children portraits on stunning beaches. Wherever she is in the world from the Scottish Islands to the Canaries and Egypt she is mesmerised by the sea and tries to capture it's beauty and reflections. This year's obsession has been cherry blossoms and a series of small trees sold out immediately. She is presently working on large metre x metre canvases of blossoms using only a palette knife to create three dimensional flowers.