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Tìr-chumadh (‘Land-relief’)

Tìr-chumadh (‘Land-relief’)

Cast plaster, peat ash, soot, oils, gold

Height: 12cm

Width: 12cm

In Scottish Gaelic the word  'lannair' means 'a glittering reflection of rays'. 

 

This sculpture is cast directly from grasses from the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides. 

It was formed using traditional casting methods with plaster using source water from the landscape. It's shape was inspired by the landscape, reflecting the weather-carved, tide-borne objects that speak of this place.

 

A last layer of reflection radiates through colour - pigments made and applied from fires where great stories were told.

 

 

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    £250.00Price
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