Geological cross section illustrating the view over Loch Maree to the Torridonian mountain of Slioch.
Also visible is the fault line of Gleann Bianasdail and thrusted slopes of Beinn a’Mhuinidh.
Slioch has foundations of Lewisian Gneiss overlain by Torridonian Sandstone, while Beinn a’Mhuinidh shows the effects of the fault with older rocks being thrust up over the younger sandstone.
50% of the sale price of this piece will be donated to North West Highlands Geopark. The GeoPark, a UNESCO site, is a social enterprise which ensures the ongoing development of geo-tourism projects, conservation and educational programmes in one of Scotland's most remote, yet stunning locations.
Image size: 13 x 40 cm
Framed size: 30 x 50 cm approx
Materials: Harris Tweed, Handwoven Geological cloth by Ange Sewell 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 AND NW HIGHLANDS GEOPARK IN 2016 - NOW AVAILABLE DIRECT FROM THE ARTIST