alignment i

alignment i

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland, with many standing stones.  Standing stones could perhaps have functioned as solar or lunar observatories, aligned to predict significant solar or lunar events. Textile panel Approx. 25x75cm Sold

stargazing III - linocut

stargazing III

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland, with many standing stones that were probably erected more than 3,500 years ago. These linocuts feature cup & ring markings from rock outcrops at Glasvaar, and some standing stones.  The meaning of the cup and ring markings is unknown. One possibility is…

stargazing II - linocut

stargazing ii

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland, with many standing stones that were probably erected more than 3,500 years ago.  The Ballymeanoch stones are arranged in parallel lines. Their purpose is unknown: one possibility is that they were used to chart the movement of the sun, moon & stars.…

stargazing I - linocut

stargazing i

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland.  The Nether Largie standing stones were probably erected more than 3,500 years ago. Linocut Image size: 102x155mm Edition: 25 Sold out