Hellihole Road, Stromness from Willick’s Shed
Sea pink, Yesnaby. From Flora Orcadensis
Papa Westray I. More here.
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Join me for a seaweed walk on the Birsay shore this Saturday 9 September. We will identify and photograph several seaweeds including the ones I like to eat. On Sunday morning we will photograph the seaweeds again using studio lights back in Stromness. Free. To book call Stromness Museum (01856) 850025. Meet at Brough of … Continue reading
I’m heading to North Ronaldsay for the Sheep Festival and taking part in the exhibition The Sea Inside curated by Helga Scott at The Old Manse. I’ll be showing the series of Papa Westray seas and skies. £250 each framed Each image has been made in a limited edition of 3. Printed on photorag with … Continue reading
This time at Orkney College UHI, Kirkwall. The photograph on the poster is by Stephen McLaren and is paired in the talk with Gunnie Moberg’s photograph of the same place. image: Gunnie Moberg Header image: Tom Kent, Orkney Library & Archive Review of the talk in March for Orkney Arts Society from … Continue reading
Opening this week, a new exhibition with painter Diana Leslie. Both of us are drawn to the piers of Stromness and the town’s relationship to the sea. Setting out with a broad theme, we chose a specific place for the title, ‘Willick’s Shed’, a building which has featured in both our work over the years. … Continue reading
It is the season for the Orkney Christmas Open exhibitions and I’m showing in four. Firstly the Pier Arts Centre, where I am showing two Sea Pink images both singe edition prints. This show runs to Christmas eve. This exhibition has over 200 pieces and it takes a remarkable skill to hang such a diverse … Continue reading
I am delighted to be part of the ØY Festival in Papa Westray, Orkney (Papay) this weekend. I’ll be showing a series of collaged photographs on the theme of the festival – Island Magnetism. The images taken in Papay are based on an idea that islands are defined by the sea and the sky rather … Continue reading