These original artworks are for sale. Most of my work is made in single or small editions. In the case of the photograms, the process determines that they are unique prints. I am happy to discuss commissions. If you would like to contact me please use the form here.
More on the Breathing Clouds series from the Lift exhibition work here. The photographs are printed on photo rag with archival inks. Each photograph is an edition of 3. Framed in black, they are 70x50cm. £250.
Collograph of Dockens. £200 framed.
North Ronaldsay Lighthouse Digital photograph. Single edition. £180.
PWIII Digital photograph. Edition of 3. Two left. More on this series here.
PWI & PWII Digital photographs. There is one left of PWI and two editions left of PWII
Rush Unique photogram. £180 SOLD
Nettle. Photograph & photogram. Unique print. Silver gelatin paper. Framed in oak. Print size 50cm x 40cm £200
Spring squill. Digital photograph. Single edition. Museum paper. Framed in black. 36cm x 53cm £200
Sorrel. Photogram. Unique print. Silver gelatin paper. Framed in oak. Print size 40cm x 30cm £180
Plantain. Digital photograph. Single edition on photorag. Framed in black. Print size 24cm x 36cm £200
Blown dandelion, North Ronaldsay. Digital photograph. Single edition on photorag. Framed in black. Approx. 30cm x 40cm £150
The above photographs are from the FLORA ORCADENSIS exhibition. More on the series here.
Small World (top to bottom: Creel shed, Red shed, Hamnavoe). These photographs have been made in a limited edition of four of each print. The photographs are printed on photo rag art paper with pigment inks and are £150 each framed & any postage. The prints are approx. 40cm x 30cm mounted in a black wood frame of 50cm x 40cm. There is 1 of each print left.
ORKNEY CHAIR for more info see here.
CREELS – The shellfish creels in the photographs are made and used in Orkney, Scotland. The creel man is Willick and his boat is called Merlin II.
These photographs, made in 2010, are hand printed. Edition of 2. They are unframed, window mounted, approx. size 55cm x 40cm £75
RING OF BRODGAR STONE PORTRAITS – These 2010 portraits of the stone faces are hand printed silver gelatin photographs. They have been solarised, meaning they have been exposed to light during development in the darkroom.
The process makes each one of these unique. They are sold mounted and unframed at £75. each. They are named by their numbered stone. Photograph size: 24.5cm square Mount size: 57 x 41.5cm
See more of this work here.
CLOUD ATLAS – These black & white clouds are unframed digital photographs, photograph size is 25cm x 16.5cm and the antique-white window mount is 40x30cm. £40 each or £400 for the full set. Here to see the series of 12.
Cloud Atlas 3
Cloud Atlas 4
SEAWEED PHOTOGRAMS – These are camera-less photographs made by placing the seaweed directly on the photographic paper and exposing it to light, before developing it in the traditional darkroom way.
This process makes these images one-offs. Although some may be similar, because each one is a direct print it is unique. All the seaweeds are gathered in Orkney.
The seaweed photograms are framed with antique-white window mount in a black frame. Photogram size 36 x 45cm and Frame size 53 x 67cm. £200.
Ascophylum nodosom, knotted wrack
Image of Seaweed photograms at Inchmore Gallery
The above seaweed photograms are all the same size: 53x67cm framed £200. each
Find out more about the Seaweed Garden project here.
The seaweed photograms below are smaller.
Unframed and window mounted. photogram size 23 x 18cm £60. each
L-R: Small Holdfast: Seaweed & Stone I / Small Laminaria digitata blades/ Small Holdfast: Seaweed & Stone II (Right)
MEN & BEASTS – There are about a dozen images remaining in this archive from 2000, a project with poet Valerie Gillies. They are hand printed silver gelatin traditional darkroom prints. Size of mount 53x67cm. Unframed £140
Rolling Foal (Clydesdale)
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