Sea Campion and Gulls

Another new linocut fresh off the press, Sea Campion are one of my favourite flowers clinging to tiny scraps of turf in among the rocks at the bottom of my parents croft on Skye. The delicate white petals and subtle veins somehow withstand the battering they receive from the elements and always seem to have a tangle of twines, interesting flotsam and jetsam intertwining with their roots.

A Walk in the Hebrides

This collagraph was made as part of a series based on a walk along the west coast of the Isle of Lewis, observing the changing colours and light from early morning through until the late midsummer dusk.