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the hunt for lost things

the hunt for lost things

Kilmartin Glen contains at least 150 prehistoric monuments, including cairns, cists, standing stones and rock carvings.  Archaeological excavation is a destructive process, so few sites are excavated entirely.

Information and artefacts obtained from sample pits or ditches are analysed to interpret a site.  The locations of artefacts & features and relationships between them enable archaeologists to deduce how and when the artefacts and features were probably used.

Kilmartin Glen contains at least 150 prehistoric monuments, including cairns, cists, standing stones and rock carvings.  Archaeological excavation is a destructive process, so few sites are excavated entirely.

Information and artefacts obtained from sample pits or ditches are analysed to interpret a site.  The locations of artefacts & features and relationships between them enable archaeologists to deduce how and when the artefacts and features were probably used.

2017

Stone voices – textile panel – 20″x20″

2016

Who’s that girl? – acrylic – 1.6m

Poltalloch I – linocut – 8x8cm – edition: 10

2015

Look closer – 57x36cm

Excavation V – 65x50cm

Excavation IV – 69x42cm

Archaeology – 27x110cm

Strata V – 108x35cm

Strata IV – 44x107cm

Strata III – 35x89cm

2014

The hunt for lost things

Objects of scientific interest – 25x104cm

Signs of life – 26x138cm

Strata II – 22.5x90cm

Strata I – 43x101cm

Excavations III – 61x41cm

Excavations II – 64x42cm

Excavations I – 80x60cm

2010

Nether Largie IV 30x53cm

Layers IV – 18x35cm

Layers III – Collagraph – 22x22cm – edition: 3

Nether Largie III

Nether Largie II

Nether Largie I

Layers II – 19x43cm

Layers I – 28x33cm