Abstract, textile art piece. Geological map of the North Ayrshire coast and Little Cumbrae.
The geology of this part of the West coast mainly consists of Old Red Sandstone, with the mainland dotted with pyroclastic rocks ejected from volcanoes over 300 million years ago.
To the North West of the piece lies the island of Little Cumbrae, the geology of this island indicates a series of volcanic lava flows, which have cooled leaving an amazing stepped landscape of basalt terraces. Colours of the tweed each represent a different type of rock evident in the landscape.
Image size: 35 x 55.5 cm
Framed size: 50 x 70 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 BARONY CENTRE, WEST KILBRIDE, SCOTLAND IN 2015, NOW AVAILABLE DIRECT FROM THE ARTIST