The exhibition included works by myself and 3 others. Elizabeth Bourne and Adam Sebire I had met while in Svalbard during 2019 and 2020, and Martin Disley I had worked … [Read more...] about Taigh Chearsabhagh Exhibition: Glacial Narratives – a Report from the Arctic (October 2021 – January 2022)
nearly the end of August! and more adventures... a fantastic weekend in the Western Fjords - drama at every turn with mountains and fjords in tortuous … [Read more...] about 23rd August
Life has been busy, with some travelling and a lot of art making - and just generally getting on with life. So here is a set of photos of the highlights of the month of … [Read more...] about AUGUST already!
I went from Iceland to Torshavn in the Faroe Islands via Seydisfjordur on the Smyril Line’s “Norunna” (of “Trapped” fame). Sedisfjordur seemed to be alive … [Read more...] about Back from the Faroes
Right -so I have been here 2 weeks and some exploring has been done and some work has been started. I will reflect on both: The village is charming - small and … [Read more...] about So – where have we got to?
As it’s nearly midsummer, the sun is pretty much above the horizon until pretty much midnight …..and after a really sunny day yesterday, this is what Skagastrond looks … [Read more...] about What its like late at night…
SO - Iceland again. I arrived from Edinburgh where it was blazing sunshine to a Reykjavik which was being blitzed by horizontal rain and icy winds. Aaaaagh! Is this what … [Read more...] about First post
Before I left Arteles. I had tried some nighttime photography (thanks Sam) we had had our live review... with interesting presentations from … [Read more...] about And finally:
A lot happened before I came home - too much to write about, so I will update this blog over the next few days... I need to include the wonderful trip to Lapland, the … [Read more...] about Back home…
These last pieces about the Finnish bog seemed a bit bland so I decided to put some reference on them to following of the blue markings along the walks... I like the blue … [Read more...] about September 14th