temple wood iii - linocut

temple wood iii

Temple Wood is the site of two circles. The larger circle contains thirteen stones, with evidence that there were seven others, and probably dates from around 3,000 BCE.  It’s purpose is uncertain: it is possible that the northern circle was constructed to align with the mid-day sun on the winter solstice.  The wood is a…

temple wood ii - linocut

temple wood ii

Temple Wood is the site of two circles. The larger circle contains thirteen stones, with evidence that there were seven others, and probably dates from around 3,000 BCE.  It’s purpose is uncertain: it is possible that the northern circle was constructed to align with the mid-day sun on the winter solstice.  The wood is a…

stargazing v

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.  This linocut features one of the Ballymeanoch standing stones. Linocut 75x75mm Varied edition: 32 £20 Black on white paper version sold out.

ritual landscape i

The ritual landscape of Kilmartin Glen contains at least 150 prehistoric monuments, including cairns, cists, standing stones and rock carvings. Screen prints Image size 10x15cm Varied edition:34 £30

layers iv

layers iv

Archaeologists, historians, geologists, botanists and geographers peel back and sift through layers of landscape and artifacts to investigate the meaning of the cairns, standing stones and carved rocks of Kilmartin Glen. Textile panel 18x35cm Sold

stones vi - textile panel

stones vi

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. There are 25 sites with standing stones, many erected at least 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 25x37cm Sold

stones v - textile panel

stones v

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. There are 25 sites with standing stones, many erected at least 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 32x41cm Sold

three wee kings - screenprint

three wee kings

Seventy-eight 12th century chess pieces were found on the Hebridean Isle of Lewis in 1831. Most of them are carved from walrus ivory, some are carved from whale teeth. The chess pieces were probably made in Norway.  This work features three of the eight kings found. Screenprint Image size: 17x17cm

three wee queens - screenprint

three wee queens

Seventy-eight 12th century chess pieces were found on the Hebridean Isle of Lewis in 1831. Most of them are carved from walrus ivory, some are carved from whale teeth. The chess pieces were probably made in Norway.  This work features three of the eight queens found. Screenprints Image size: 163x168mm

stargazing iv screenprint

stargazing iv

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.  This screenprint features standing stones from Ballymeanoch and cup & ring marks. Screen print 12x12cm Edition:25 £45

layers iii - collagraph

layers iii

Archaeologists, historians, geologists, botanists and geographers peel back and sift through layers of landscape and artifacts to investigate the meaning of the cairns, standing stones and carved rocks of Kilmartin Glen.  This work features the Ballymeanoch standing stones. Collagraph Image size 22x22cm Varied edition: 3 prints Sold out

temple wood i - collagraph

temple wood

Temple Wood is the site of two circles. The larger circle contains thirteen stones, with evidence that there were seven others, and probably dates from around 3,000 BCE.  Its purpose is uncertain: it is possible that the northern circle was constructed to align with the midday sun on the winter solstice. Collagraph Image size 11x40cm…

crannog - collagraph

crannog

Crannogs are lake dwellings. There are many in Loch Awe, probably built about 2,500 years ago. Collagraph Image size 10x15cm Varied edition: 6 prints Sold out

cairn i - collagraph

cairn i

The chambered cairns of Kilmartin Glen in Argyll are mounds of stones, covering a burial chamber.  A neolithic food vessel was found in the chambered cairn at Nether Largie. Collagraph Image size 10x13cm Varied edition: 6 prints Sold out

stones iv - textile panel

stones iv

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. There are 25 sites with standing stones, many erected at least 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 32x84cm Sold

stones iii - textile panel

stones iii

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. There are 25 sites with standing stones, many erected at least 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 17x38cm Sold

stones ii - textile panel

stones ii

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. There are 25 sites with standing stones, many erected at least 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 35x40cm Sold

stones i

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. There are 25 sites with standing stones, many erected at least 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 20x32cm Varied edition: 4 Sold out

nether largie i

nether largie 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. Textile panel Sold

layers ii

layers ii

Archaeologists, historians, geologists, botanists and geographers peel back and sift through layers of landscape and artifacts to investigate the meaning of the cairns, standing stones and carved rocks of Kilmartin Glen. Textile panels 19x43cm Sold

layers i

layers i

Archaeologists, historians, geologists, botanists and geographers peel back and sift through layers of landscape and artifacts to investigate the meaning of the cairns, standing stones and carved rocks of Kilmartin Glen. Textile panel 28x33cm Sold

ballymeanoch i

ballymeanoch i

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland. The Ballymeanoch standing stones were probably erected more than 3,500 years ago. Textile panel 23x38cm Sold

cup & ring iv

cup & ring iv

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland.  The concentration of carved cup and ring marks on standing stones and rock outcrops is exceptional.  The meaning of these marks is unknown. They may have represented important meeting places or ritual sites. Textile panel 30x50cm Sold

cup & ring iv

cup & ring iv

Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is one of the richest prehistoric landscapes in Scotland.  The concentration of carved cup and ring marks on standing stones and rock outcrops is exceptional.  The meaning of these marks is unknown. They may have represented important meeting places or ritual sites. Textile panel 30x50cm Sold

alignment xii

alignment xii

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 25x79cm Sold

alignment xi

alignment xi

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 25x79cm Sold

alignment x

alignment x

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 19x23cm Sold

alignment ix

alignment ix

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 panels Approx. 23x64cm Varied edition:3 Sold out

alignment viii

alignment viii

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 26x69cm Sold