the great herdswoman digital collage

the great herdswoman

Buachaille Etive Mòr is Gaelic for ‘the Great Herdsman of Etive’.  I think the pyramidal shape is more like a skirt than trousers, however  … For Tina. Digtal collage Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

the great herdsman - digital collage

the great herdsman

Buachaille Etive Mòr is Gaelic for ‘the Great Herdsman of Etive’. Featuring Robert Roy MacGregor (1671 – 1734), cattleman, outlaw and Scottish folk hero. Digtal collage Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

let the sky fall - screenprint

let the sky fall

Over millennia, rocks tumble from mountains such as Buachaille Etive Mòr and are converted into gravel and sand by fast flowing rivers like the River Etive. Screenprint 25x40cm Edition: 10 prints Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

the surface of deeptime - screenprint

the surface of deeptime

Buachaille Etive Mor was created by eruption of the Glen Coe volcano over 400 million years ago and sculpted into its current form since then by weather, gravity and glaciers. Screenprint 21x30cm Edition: 6 prints Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

stob dearg - screenprint

stob dearg

Stob Dearg – the Red Peak. Buachaille Etive Mòr takes the form of a ridge nearly five miles long, with four main peaks: Stob Dearg (1022 m), Stob na Doire (1011 m), Stob Coire Altruim (941 m) and Stob na Bròige (956 m). Screenprint 21x30cm Edition: 5 prints Where there is matter, there is geometry.…

buachaille ii - screenprint

buachaille ii

Buachaille Etive Mòr stands between Glen Etive and Glen Coe.   Its pyramidal shape makes it one of the most easily recognisable mountains in Scotland. Screenprint 21x30cm Edition: 10 prints Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

plan & elevation - cyanotype

plan & elevation

Buachaille Etive Mòr stands between Glen Etive and Glen Coe.   Its pyramidal shape makes it one of the most easily recognisable mountains in Scotland. Cyanotype 20x27cm Varied edition Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

braw - cyanotype

braw

It’s a braw, bricht moonlicht nicht … Buachaille Etive Mòr stands between Glen Etive and Glen Coe.   Its pyramidal shape makes it one of the most easily recognisable mountains in Scotland. Cyanotype 20x27cm Varied edition Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

the vanity of human endeavour - screenprint

the vanity of human endeavour

McCaig’s Tower over Oban …. while above, wheeling gulls frame a full moon. Screenprint Varied edition: 6 prints £45 For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return. -leonardo da vinci

fibonacci Venus - screenprint

fibonacci venus

You are more beautiful than the Fibonacci sequence …. Italian mathematician Fibonacci (c.1175-1250) analysed the growth of a population of rabbits based on idealized assumptions.  The result was a sequence of numbers which have become known as the Fibonacci sequence. In the Fibonacci sequence, each number is the sum of the previous two numbers.  This sequence…

fugue - screenprint

fugue

In 1964, an article in a journal called the Fibonacci Quarterly demonstrated that Bach’s composition The Art of Fugue exploits the Fibonacci sequence of numbers that recurs again and again in the natural world: in the spiral patterns visible in sunflowers and pine cones, and in the expanding coil of the nautilus shell Screenprint Varied…

elements of trigonometry - collage

elements of trigonometry

Collages inspired by the beauty of trigonometry, the branch of mathematics that descibes relationships between the sides and angles of triangles. The collages incorporate pages from “The Elements of Trigonometry” by W. Emerson, 1788 and features a 19th century wood engraving, familiar from the work of Fornasetti. Collage – vintage book paper, screenprint, origami paper,…

Let me breathe - cyanotype

let me breathe

On listening to Kate Bush’s Breathing … We inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.  Trees inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. Plant more trees. Varied edition: 4 prints 13 x 8 cm £30 “In nature nothing exists alone.” -rachel carson

the weight of memory - mixed media

the weight of memory

The archaeological record is the body of physical evidence of human prehistory and history.  Evidence can easily be destroyed by natural catastrophes or human activity, such as land development, war, tourism or even inexpert archaeological investagtions. Online databases of field notes and photographic images are a crucial repository of knowledge about human civilisations. This image…

the new world has old stories - mixed media

the new world has old stories

Petroglyphs are found in limestone caves and shelters in the South Island of New Zealand.  They are thought to date from the 15th century, New Zealand’s ‘Moa Hunter’ period. Mixed media To understand and reconnect with our stories, the stories of the ancestors, is to build our identities. -frank delaney

James Cook V - mixed media

james cook v

Captain James Cook (1728-1779) was a British explorer who achieved the first recorded European contact with the eastern coastline of Australia and the Hawaiian Islands, and the first recorded circumnavigation of New Zealand.  Cook became commander of HM Bark Endeavour in 1766 for the first of three Pacific voyages, sailing thousands of miles across largely…

waimakariri iii - linocut

waimakariri iii

The snow-fed Waimakariri river flows about 150 kilometres from the Southern Alps to the Pacific Ocean across the Canterbury Plains, and is braided with wide shingle beds for much of its length. Linocut Image size: 20×20 cm Edition: 20 No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and…

merino vi - screenprint

merino vi

The Merino is originally from Spain, where the economic value of its soft, fine wool was so high that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death. The Merino was first brought to New Zealand in large numbers by European colonists in the 19th century. Screenprint 15x15cm Edition : 3 $90 In order to be…

merino v - screenprint

merino v

The Merino is originally from Spain, where the economic value of its soft, fine wool was so high that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death. The Merino was first brought to New Zealand in large numbers by European colonists in the 19th century. Screenprint 15x15cm Varied edition : 24 $90 In order to…

merino iv - screenprint

merino iv

The Merino is originally from Spain, where the economic value of its soft, fine wool was so high that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death. The Merino was first brought to New Zealand in large numbers by European colonists in the 19th century. Screenprint 15x15cm Varied edition : 24 $90 In order to…

merino iii screenprint

merino iii

The Merino is originally from Spain, where the economic value of its soft, fine wool was so high that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death. The Merino was first brought to New Zealand in large numbers by European colonists in the 19th century. Screenprint 15x15cm Edition: 12 $90 In order to be an…

merino ii - screenprint

merino ii

The Merino is originally from Spain, where the economic value of its soft, fine wool was so high that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death. The Merino was first brought to New Zealand in large numbers by European colonists in the 19th century. Screenprint 15x15cm Varied edition : 18 $90 In order to…

merino i - screenprint

merino i

The Merino is originally from Spain, where the economic value of its soft, fine wool was so high that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death.  The Merino was first brought to New Zealand in large numbers by European colonists in the 19th century. Screenprint 15x15cm Edition: 5 $90 In order to be an…