Abstract, textile art piece. Geological map of Glencoe, Scotland.
Glencoe was formed by a 'Caldera Volcano’ (Caldera being the Spanish word for Cauldron). Calderas form when the upper part of a volcano subsides, along a roughly circular fault, into a subterranean magma chamber. The landscape you see now has been sculpted by glaciers, as recently as 11,000 years ago.
|Image size: 30.5 x 40 cm|
|Framed size: 44.5 x 54 cm|
|Materials: Harris Tweed and freehand embroidery|
|Professionally framed in grey wood with an off-white mount, signed by the artist.|
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THE ORIGINAL PIECE EXHIBITED AT THE WATERMILL GALLERY, ABERFELDY IN 2015