Moored by Scarp

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Monoprint with acrylic

h: 40 w: 50 d: 4 (cms).

The first evening of a Hebridean cruise on MV Cuma was spent moored in a sheltered bay to the north of Scarp. I drew and took photographs of the magnificent cliff face, sheer into shallow water. Back home after the trip I began making relief monoprints on Zerkall paper. Eventually this one emerged, with some additional work on top in acrylic.

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On Scarp

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Acrylic

h: 35 w: 45 d: 4 (cms).

A painting recording the experience of a day spent on the Island of Scarp. Acrylic on board.

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Landing

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Monotype

h: 40 w: 45 d: 4 (cms).

A monotype reflecting experiences of landing on the shore on an island in the Outer Hebrides

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Geo (Point, Lewis)

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Acrylic, charcoal

A study of a rocky geo on the coast near Tiumpan Head, The painting, on board,  was made in the studio based on drawings and photographs made on site.

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Stones taller than a man

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Monotype

h: 35 w: 40 d: 4 (cms).

A monotype referring to the Callanish stones

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On Taransay

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Monotype and acrylic overpaint

h: 40 w: 45 d: 4 (cms).

A monopribt with additional painting - an image that evokes a day spent on Taransay.

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