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

form - screenprint

form

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 28x37cm Edition: 10 prints 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

Sic itur ad astra - screenprint

sic itur ad astra

At 3,724 metres, Aoraki/Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand.  It lies in the Southern Alps, in the Canterbury region. Edmund Hillary no doubt acquired some technical skills on Aoraki/Mount Cook before attempting Everest ….  such is the way to the stars, or immortality. Screenprint 18x18cm Varied edition: 30 $150 It is not…

Buachaille - cyanotype

buachaille

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 Varied edition: 10 prints £30 Where there is matter, there is geometry. -johannes kepler

marakihau-02 linocut

marakihau ii

The Marakihau is a sea monster in Maori mythology, with a fish-like tail and a hollow forked tongue which can suck in fish, boats & men. This marakihau is shown in Lake Pukaki, in front of Aoraki/Mount Cook Linocut Image size 15x21cm

marakihau-01 linocut

marakihau i

The Marakihau is a sea monster in Maori mythology, with a fish-like tail and a hollow forked tongue which can suck in fish, boats & men. This marakihau is shown in Lake Pukaki, in front of Aoraki/Mount Cook Linocut Image size: 15x21cm

aoraki_pukaki-3 linocut

aoraki-pukaki iii

Aoraki means Cloud Piercer in the Ngai Tahu dialect of the Maori language, an appropriate name for New Zealand’s highest mountain. Lake Pukaki is fed by the Tasman River, which has its source in the Tasman and Hooker glaciers.  Finely ground rock particles give the lake its distinctive blue colour. Linocut Image size: 15x21cm

aoraki_pukaki-2 linocut

aoraki-pukaki ii

Aoraki means Cloud Piercer in the Ngai Tahu dialect of the Maori language, an appropriate name for New Zealand’s highest mountain. Lake Pukaki is fed by the Tasman River, which has its source in the Tasman and Hooker glaciers.  Finely ground rock particles give the lake its distinctive blue colour. Linocut Image size: 15x21cm

aoraki_pukaki-01 linocut

aoraki-pukaki i

Aoraki means Cloud Piercer in the Ngai Tahu dialect of the Maori language, an appropriate name for New Zealand’s highest mountain. Lake Pukaki is fed by the Tasman River, which has its source in the Tasman and Hooker glaciers.  Finely ground rock particles give the lake its distinctive blue colour. Linocut Image size: 15x21cm

aoraki

New Zealand’s highest mountain was named after Captain James Cook who surveyed and circumnavigated New Zealand in 1770.  It was renamed Aoraki/Mount Cook in 1998.  Aoraki means Cloud Piercer in the Ngai Tahu dialect of the Maori language. Acrylic Image size 50x40cm